Leaders of Butler County, Pennsylvania said that they’ve “pulled out all the stops” in an effort to get ballots to “thousands” of voters who have reported not yet receiving them just days before the presidential election, even as it’s still not clear what happened to many of the approximately 40,000 ballots they say they mailed out.
Thousands of voters in Butler County, Pennsylvania, have complained that they have yet to receive their ballots in the mail less than a week before Election Day.
Of the 40,000 ballots sent out, approximately 21,300 have been returned, but officials claim that thousands of Butler County residents have phoned in or emailed to claim their ballot has yet to arrive. Around 40 people have been tasked with handling the issues, including deputy sheriffs who are delivering ballots to those who are incapable of voting in-person.
Butler County Board of Commissioners Chair Leslie Osche said, “We have our deputy sheriffs… probably two at a time every several hours… We have our entire commissioner’s office staff returning phone calls and taking calls. The Veterans Bureau staff is taking calls. The D.A. is preparing for the election. The sheriff is taking calls. I mean, it really is, it’s pretty much the entire building at this point.” More
“No evidence of voter fraud.” They keep saying it, but it’s not true. I’d be very interested in the demographics of the people who haven’t received their ballots. Regardless… there’s no longer enough “time” for the USPS to deliver ballots before the election. And this is why I will vote in person on November 3.Don't forget to Like Freedom Outpost on Facebook and Twitter, and follow our friends at RepublicanLegion.com.
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