In the 2018 elections, 42.4 million ballots were mailed to voters in states that allow, or in some cases require, mail-in voting. Of those, more than a quarter failed, according to the Public Interest Legal Foundation.
Using Election Assistance Commission numbers, the foundation said 1.1 million of those ballots were deemed undeliverable to the addresses where they were sent. More than 430,000 others were rejected by elections officials, and more than 10 million — about a quarter of those sent — were “unaccounted for,” according to the data.
Each of those ballots is an opportunity for mischief, said J. Christian Adams, president of the Public Interest Legal Foundation and a former Justice Department official.
“Putting the election in the hands of the United States Postal Service would be a catastrophe,” he said.
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