Top Reasons Mail-In Ballots Rejected

In the 2016 election, 1% of absentee ballots that were returned were invalidated. First-time mail-in voters are more likely to have their ballots rejected than people who have used the system before. In 2016, the most common mistakes were:

1. Signature did not match the one election officials had on file.

2. Ballot was returned late.

3. Missing signature on ballot and/or envelope.


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