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  1. #1 Absentee ballot requests go missing in Fulton ahead of Georgia primary 
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    Nope, mail in ballots are never prone to fraud or cheating,

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    Absentee ballot requests go missing in Fulton ahead of Georgia primary

    Absentee ballot requests from an unknown number of Fulton County voters are missing, apparently lost in the election office’s swamped email system.



    Fulton Elections Director Richard Barron said he ordered an audit to find emailed absentee ballot requests that are unaccounted for.Some affected voters might not receive absentee ballots in time for the June 9 primary. In-person voting is also available, but election officials encouraged voters to mail absentee ballots during the coronavirus pandemic.

    https://www.ajc.com/news/state--regi...wug5niqAvKTqM/

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    Hortensis (38,624 posts)

    3. My husband got his (liberal registered Republican) a long time ago,

    but mine (registered Democrat) hasn't arrived. I've asked them to rush it out.

    We're not residents of Fulton, but are of GA, so 'nuf said.
    SoonerPride (6,308 posts)
    4. "Missing" is code for business as usual.

    leftieNanner (5,891 posts)

    5. How convenient

    So you request an absentee ballot and don't receive it. But when you go to the polls to vote in person, the register says you got an absentee ballot. So they give you a provisional ballot which Mr. Kemp will toss into the trash.

    I used to work as a poll inspector in California, so I know how the whole absentee thing works. Except that in California, the registrar will verify that your absentee ballot was not received and count the provisional one. In Georgia? Maybe not so much.
    House of Roberts (2,763 posts)

    7. How convenient.

    The dog ate your ballot requests.

    Right. And Democrats always fight cleaning up the voter lists, and they want ALL REGISTERED voters to get ballots, so the home that gets 3 additional ballots in the names of people who lived in the home previously could fill them out and send them in.
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    It's a county-level issue, and from W'pedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fulton...orgia#Politics ,

    Fulton County is one of the most reliably Democratic counties in the entire nation. It has voted Democratic in every presidential election since 1876, except that of 1928 and again in 1972 ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by SVPete View Post
    It's a county-level issue, and from W'pedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fulton...orgia#Politics ,Fulton County is one of the most reliably Democratic counties in the entire nation. It has voted Democratic in every presidential election since 1876, except that of 1928 and again in 1972
    Wonder how many Demcrats have voted in all those elections.....



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