Mail-In Ballots and Voter Fraud: Millions of Votes Not Counted? What the Media is Not Telling You

Craig Huey Government, Congress, and Politics, Media, Politics 4 Comments

Mail-in ballots across America have been rejected by election officials in the 2020 primaries.

It also happened in the 2018 and 2016 elections … and before.

For example, in California’s March 2020 primary, over 102,428 ballots were rejected. That’s about 1.5% of the 7 million sent in…. enough to have made a difference in the outcome of a close election.

Add to this:

  • Ballots lost in the mail
  • Ballots never delivered because of unethical ballot harvesting
  • Ballots arriving late because of poor postal delivery

The most common reason for ballot rejection was in fact missing the election deadline.

California law – and most other states – allow mail-in ballots to have a postmark of election day and up to 3 days after the election.

Late ballots accounted for 70,330 of California’s rejected 2020 primary ballots.

In addition, 27,525 ballots were rejected because of not having signatures, or having signatures that didn’t match voter registration signatures.

Nationwide, the ballot rejection rate is 1.4%.

In the 2016 presidential election, 129 million ballots were counted. That means 1,806,000 were not counted. In swing states, that makes all the difference in the presidential race, just like it matters for tight state and local races.

The 2016 presidential election was decided by less than 80,000 votes in a few key electoral states like Florida. Just a small fraction of rejected ballots could change an election.

In many states, vote by mail has been expanded. In some areas the only way to vote is by mail.

That means this upcoming election could see a far greater rejection percentage.

Or take New Jersey this year. In 31 municipal elections, the all-mail-in ballot election saw a 9.6% rejection rate.

The New Jersey Attorney general has filed fraud charges against candidates who tried to manipulate the vote.

The Democrats in all the states are pushing bills to force all votes to be by mail … largely because of COVID fears.

Lawsuits by the Democrats to force all votes by mail is also being done.

And in each of these efforts, they are trying to prevent any security checks in the law undermining election integrity.

Right now, security is poor. They want it to be non-existent.

Registration in many states is not verified.

In California, my copywriter at my Ad agency I own, registered a dog to vote… and she received the dog’s vote-by-mail ballot in the mail.

Also, ballot harvesting destroys the vote integrity, creating massive fraud potential.

The existing system in most states is to compare the signature on the ballot to a voter registration card on file. If it doesn’t match, it’s rejected.

This of course is subjective and only as good as the security enforced.

Cal Tech and MIT- along with many others — warn of voter fraud because of mail-in ballots. They put out a joint report warning fraud is found in the mail-in ballot system.

Here is what you can do.

  1. Vote in person if you can.
  2. If you can’t go to the polls, be careful to vote early and write your name like you did originally.
  3. Vote according to our voter guide- we recommend only candidates who want to stop voting fraud.
  4. Read chapter 11 of my book, The Deep State: 15 Surprising Dangers You Should Know on voter fraud. It will give facts that you won’t find elsewhere. You can get the book on Amazon; click here or go to and I’ll sign a copy for you. You can also call 615.490.8832. Or send a check payable to Election Forum at 1313 4th Avenue N. Nashville, TN 37208.
  5. And get my free report “6 Little-Known Strategies to Winning the 2020 Election”. Click here to get it.

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Comments 4

  1. Thank you dear Craig Huey for clarifying and making clear the best way to vote. Have been confused about the best way to get my vote, and votes of friends, recognized. My daughter lives in NJ, has property in Escondido, CA so they can participate in CA elections. She did vote and then checked later and the report was that she did not vote. She does not know what happened to original vote, but voted again and confirmed her vote went through in CA.
    May you and your wonderful family continue to be Protected and Blessed by the Almighty Hand of God, with the Best ministry this side of Heaven. Thank you. Audrey Hartmark

  2. The Democrats know that sane, logical thinking people are going to recognize that something is wrong with Biden, so of course they’re going to rig the voting! They know it’s the only way they’re going to get him in. I believe they’ve been doing it for years to get and keep themselves in office… They know how to game the system because they’re corrupt to the core!

  3. How many people remember how they signed their original registration? I don’t. There were no ways to save it when I registered (in a government office, the only way then).

    And signatures under Motor Voter rules are probably sloppier because signing registration forms on a temporary table outside a store entrance is far from ideal.

    1. Clyde,
      I’m not sure really, but I’d think the mailing name (from the registrar) at your current address should indicate just how your ballot should be signed…make sense?
      But, you make a good point, otherwise you’d never know if it was rejected.
      I’ve checked my “voter status” in CA under the Secretary of States web site and I believe my name listed there is the way I should sign my ballot.
      And I hope I’m right because that’s what I’ve been doing!
      Also listed on the state website is a “tracking” system for your ballot. I’m going to do that too because of the threats to mail in ballot fraud.

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