By Fred Lucas ~
The ongoing process of “weaponizing and abusing mail-in voting” could lead to an “unprecedented constitutional crisis” because of lack of reliability and the potential for fraud, a new report from two House Republicans contends.
A voter drops off a mail-in ballot Aug. 25 at a collection box outside the Cambridge City Hall Annex in Cambridge, Massachusetts. (Photo: Lane Turner/The Boston Globe/Getty Images)
Earlier this year, all mail-in balloting in a Democratic primary for a House seat in New York led to six weeks of dispute before a winner was determined. In another case, officials rejected 1 in 5 ballots as fraudulent in a Paterson, New Jersey, election.
“This expansive and late shift to all-mail voting will create conditions ripe for election crime, errors, inaccuracy, and delay,” says the staff report from Reps. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, and James Comer, R-Ky., both members of the House Judiciary Committee.
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