Some Texas Ballot-Scanning Machines Can’t Read Mail-In Votes, Have Rejected Over 22,000

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Voters in Tarrant County, Texas, might be feeling rejected after officials said last week that electronic ballot-scanning machines had kicked out about a third of the mail-in ballots that had been processed. More than 22,000 ballots have been rejected so far, KTXA-TV reported Thursday. Tarrant County Elections Administrator Heider Garcia said the problem is the printing…

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