REPORT: Multiple States Are Moving Away From Mail-In Ballots And Going Back To In-Person Voting

Mail-in ballots are losing their popularity in multiple states and that’s good news to conservatives.

One of the most frequent complaints from the right about the 2020 election is that mail-in ballots offered an easy opportunity for voter fraud.

Now that the pandemic is effectively over, more and more states are going back to in-person voting.

The Associated Press reports:

In early primaries, voters favor polling places over mail

The great vote-by-mail wave appears to be receding just as quickly as it arrived.

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After tens of millions of people in the United States opted for mail ballots during the pandemic election of 2020, voters in early primary states are returning in droves to in-person voting this year.

In Georgia, one of the mostly hotly contested states, about 85,000 voters had requested mail ballots for the May 24 primary, as of Thursday. That is a dramatic decrease from the nearly 1 million who cast mail ballots in the state’s 2020 primary at the height of the coronavirus pandemic.

The trend was similar in Ohio, Indiana and West Virginia, which held primaries this month; comparisons were not available for Nebraska, another early primary state.

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A step back in mail balloting was expected given easing concerns about COVID-19, but some election officials and voting experts had predicted that far more voters would seek out the convenience of mail voting once they experienced it.

Hot Air has more on this:

The five states where primary voters put this theory to the test were Georgia, Ohio, Indiana, Nebraska, and West Virginia. Numbers are not yet available for Nebraska, but the other four showed a decisive trend. In Georgia’s primary in 2020 there were almost one million people who voted by mail. This year, 85,000 requested mail-in ballots. That’s not even one-tenth of the previous primary numbers. And it’s still not known how many of the ballots that were mailed out were actually returned, but obviously, not all of them were.

The ratios in Ohio, Indiana and West Virginia were similar. While we saw a flood of mail-in ballots during the lockdowns, that number has returned to a trickle.

This is good news. Mail-in voting shouldn’t even be a thing.

 

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