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Election officials rejected fewer mail-in ballots in 2020 than in previous elections

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In this clip, Pat explained that mail-in ballot rejection rates plummeted for first-time mail-in voters this year. States like Georgia, Michigan, and other swing states saw fewer rejections despite the increase in ballots cast by mail.

The New York Times reported, "With absentee ballots flooding election offices nationwide, the officials processing them are tentatively reporting some surprising news: The share of ballots being rejected because of flawed signatures and other errors appears lower — sometimes much lower — than in the past."

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