Ejected mail-in ballots 30 times lower in Pennsylvania this year

Mail-in bal­lots in Penn­syl­va­nia so far this year have been accept­ed at almost 30 times the rate pre­dict­ed by his­tor­i­cal rejec­tion num­bers, rais­ing poten­tial ques­tions in a state in which Demo­c­ra­t­ic chal­lenger Joe Biden is main­tain­ing a lead of just sev­er­al thou­sand votes.

A coun­ty-by-coun­ty review by Just the News of accept­ed and reject­ed mail-in bal­lots through­out the state of Penn­syl­va­nia show that, when added up, the state only reject­ed 951 of 2,614,011 mail-in bal­lots this year, or a rate of 0.03%.

That is sig­nif­i­cant­ly less than the his­tor­i­cal rate of mail-in bal­lot rejec­tion, which gen­er­al­ly hov­ers around 1%. For first-time mail-in vot­ers the rate can jump as high as 3%.

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