Article originally appeared on www.dailysignal.com.
Why? Because of voting by mail.
Indeed, this was California’s first election that relied on the United States Postal Service to get the mission accomplished. In September 2021, Sacramento passed new legislation that said everyone registered to vote—dead or alive—is automatically sent a ballot in the mail, every election.
That might sound good, but the new data prove that mass voting by mail should have remained a pandemic experiment.
An analysis by the Public Interest Legal Foundation shows over 226,000 mail ballots were rejected by California election officials. That’s a quarter million citizens who thought their ballot would count, but it didn’t.
The No. 1 reason for rejection was that the ballot arrived too late. That’s what happens when you put the Postal Service in charge. It has a 94% success …
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