Many Individuals are voting early within the 2020 presidential election amid considerations concerning the Chinese language virus pandemic and whether or not or not the US Postal Workplace can deal with it Conservative voters would add concerns over Democrats using the mail-in voting scheme to cheat.
The 5.1 million total ballots cast as of Wednesday already suggests a document turnout for this yr’s race in comparison with the 75,000 ballots that had been solid presently in 2016, according to knowledge from the US Elections Challenge. How many of those votes are fraudulent?
“Big topline numbers were over 5 million already, and that’s unprecedented in a modern election in the United States,” Michael McDonald, Elections Project founder and University of Florida political science professor, posted on the website.
He expects “around 150 million people” to vote in the 2020 election, the “highest turnout since 1908 of those eligible to vote.” How many ineligible are going to vote? Nobody wants to talk about that.
Early ballots already cast represent about 3.7 percentof the total national voter turnout in 2016. Some states, nevertheless, have recorded a larger percentage of early voters.
As of Wednesday, 86,386 ballots have been cast in South Dakota, which comes to around 22.8 percent of their total 2016 voter turnout.
In Wisconsin, which is a swing state, 545,349 people have already voted, which comes to about 18.3 percent of the state’s total 2016 turnout.
Virginia has reported 769,708 ballots already cast, which comes to about 17.9 percent of its total 2016 turnout.
In Pennsylvania Trump ballots were found in the trash or floating in a creek, and PA Governor Tom Wolf fought to allow naked ballots to be accepted, even though that would be a violation of state law, only to be stopped by the state Supreme Court.
Florida has seen the largest turnout by far with close to 950,000 ballots cast so far.
Swing state Michigan and battleground state Minnesota have also recorded hundreds of thousands of ballots with Minnesota having over 336,000 and Michigan with almost 524,000. How many of those are fraudulent?
McDonald said he “expected some things to be different since states changed their laws” to accommodate voters amid the pandemic. McDonald added that “70 million mail-in ballots [are] expected to go out to voters” ahead of November 3rd.
“People did not have to take advantage of this,” he said of mail-in ballots and early voting. However, many people already have. Or, the Democrats are sending out an unprecedented amount of fraudulent votes, because states do not have a security mark or any unique identification on the actual ballot, so Democratic operatives can make copies of the ballots and fill in the blanks for Biden and other Democrats running.
Ballot data is unavailable across a lot of the West Coast, including California and Arizona, and in some states along the East Coast, including New York. California has had the largest number of mail-in ballot requests at 21 million.
Democrats have requested greater than 21.6 million ballots while Republicans have requested 12.6 million, a more than 9 million ballot request lead based on data from states reporting party registration including California, Colorado, Washington, DC, Florida, Iowa, Maryland, Maine, North Carolina, New Jersey, Nevada, Oregon, Pennsylvania and Utah. That’s because Republicans do not trust the government workers who will be getting their hands on their ballots and possibly toss their’s out in the trash when they see a vote for Donald Trump. Conservatives are mostly going to go vote in person.
The ballot requests by party, nevertheless, may not be an accurate indicator of final election results, McDonald’s frequently asked questions (FAQ) page on the Elections Project website.
“Just because registered Democrats are leading Republicans in early voting, that does not mean the Republicans will not make up ground on Election Day,” McDonald wrote, adding that “registered Democrats typically lead Republicans during early voting, and Republicans vote on Election Day, a pattern that persists across many states and elections.”
McDonald shared two potential scenarios for this year’s voter outcome.
“The first is that many voters…have successfully flattened the curve on mail-in ballots, meaning election officials will be able to more accurately process ballots,” he said. “The typical pattern is: We usually don’t see this rush at the beginning…early voting numbers are small and pick up closer to Election Day.”
The second scenario, he said, is the US “following a typical pattern, and as Election Day appears, we’ll see unprecedented [in-person] turnout for the election.”
California, Colorado, District of Columbia, Hawaii, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah and Washington have sent mail-in ballots to every registered voter, living or not, as an alternative to having to stand in line to vote in the same way they stand in line at the supermarket every week. How much you wanna bet all this nonsense ends after November 3rd?