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Why Is Mail-In--Voting So Dangerous To America's Election Integrity? Look At Nevada

More than 90,000 ballots sent to registered voters in Nevada’s largest county came back undeliverable, according to a probe of election data by a conservative legal organization.

Clark County, which includes the Las Vegas metro area, made the unusual move to mail ballots to all the nearly 1.3 million active voters in the county, rather than just those who asked them. The county justified the move as encouraging people to vote from home during the COVID-19 pandemic.

More than 450,000 voters cast their votes through the mail-in ballots.

But more than 92,000 ballots were returned by the postal service as undeliverable, according to the Public Interest Legal Foundation’s (PILF) March 10 research summary.

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