A new study suggests that nearly one-fourth of overseas ballots end up going uncounted.
A new study suggests that nearly one-fourth of overseas ballots end up going uncounted.From the AP story:
It said that of 441,000 absentee ballots requested by eligible voters living abroad — mainly active-duty and reserve troops — more than 98,000 were "lost" ballots that were mailed out but never received by election officials. Taking into account 13,500 ballots that were rejected for such reasons as a missing signature or failure to notarize, one-quarter of those requesting a ballot were disenfranchised.
The study found that an additional 11,000 ballots were returned as undeliverable.