20,000 Votes With Improbable Postmark Found in Pennsylvania

Juliet Song
By Juliet Song
November 12, 2020NTD News Today

Data analysis found two anomalies in Pennsylvania’s mail-in ballots—ballots with impossible postmarks, and voters that are too elderly. This raises the question of whether something is wrong with the ballots or the voter database.

Impossible and improbable return dates indicate there’s something wrong with either the database or the ballots.

The analysis is based on the state’s voter database, which is open to the public. Among them, over 20,000 ballots are marked as having been returned to the ballot office before the date they were sent to voters. Over 30,000 were returned on the same day. Over 9,000 had no sent date, and over 40,000 were marked as returned one day after being mailed. These are extraordinary turn around times at best, given the post office’s average handling time.

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