Absentee ballots make great sense during the COVID-19 crisis, but how effective are mail in ballots in protecting against interference?

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In several counties, problems have been reported with absentee ballots not being received, and in Gwinnett County, a significant number of absentee ballots were rejected – for unknown reasons other than a possible signature issue as reported by one news outlet. Proper notice of rejected ballots may be one problem the Gwinnett Elections Board can answer. The deadline for appearing in person to correct or verify an allegedly defective ballot was Friday at 5pm on August 14th. How many of the nearly 12,000 rejected voters received notice? Report Injustice Georgia would like to know!


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