NY officials optimistic about fixes to mail-in voting system


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Albany, New York – As the clock approaches Election Day, officials are feeling cautiously optimistic that New York has fixed the mail voting problems that delayed and denied the right to vote in the tough June primary.

Up to 4 to 5 million New Yorkers are expected to cast their absentee votes after the governor authorized their widespread use due to the coronavirus pandemic.

In the primaries, local election boards have suffered from mail ballot crushing, and thousands have been disqualified over technical issues. But after a summer of improvements, officials say the country is better prepared.


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