That means 84,108 ballots were not counted or invalidated — 21 percent of the total.
One out of four mail-in ballots were disqualified for arriving late, lacking a postmark or failing to include a voter’s signature, or other defects. The Post reported Tuesday that roughly 30,000 mail-in ballots were invalidated in Brooklyn alone.
And, in a place that very badly wants to show how wonderful this is,
Aside from tardy mailings and processing, Schwartz said scores of
ballots were tossed out because the voters failed to sign the interior
envelope that came with it.
But he said it wasn’t the voters’ fault.
“The envelope with directions for the signature was so poorly designed,” Schwartz said.
Doug Kellner, co-chair of the state Board of Elections, agreed with the criticism.
“The invalidation rate is higher than I would have predicted,” Kellor told The Post.
Really? Then you're an idiot. And I wonder what invalidation rate he predicted?
It's screwed in Californicated, too.
And I guarantee that with this kind of crap during the big election in November, the Usual Suspects will scream that this was done 'to disenfranchise minorities' and/or whoever.