Wednesday, May 13, 2009

One Quarter of Oversea Votes Did Not Count

Roughly one out of ever four votes cast by our military overseas in the 2008 election did not count. About 13,500 ballots were rejected for technical reasons; namely failure to notarize or missing a signature. That type of rejection is unfortunate, but it happens. What is totally unacceptable is the upward of 98,000 ballots that were "lost". That is potentially a 100,000 ballots out of the 441,000 requested. Another 11,000 ballots were returned as undeliverable.

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