Several states across the nation are processing the results for primary elections and have encountered significant issues with mail-in ballots, as many had predicted would be the case.
An election in New York took six weeks to determine the winner because of flaws related to the mail-in process, and now an even more troubling issue has occurred in both Michigan and Nevada.
Officials in Michigan have reportedly rejected nearly 11,000 votes from an early August primary. The stated reasoning for at least 846 of those rejections was because the voter was dead. more