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County Receives Reports of Multiple Ballots Being Sent to Voters

May 19th, 2020 by WCBC Radio

WCBC has received reports of residents receiving more than one ballot per registered voter at their address, leading to questions of whether the vote by mail system is secure for the Maryland Primary on June 2nd. Diane Loibel is the Allegany County Elections Director and said that such errors are not common…

Registered voters should have received their mail in ballots by now.  If not, they should contact the Elections Board at 301-777-5931.

3 comments on this post.
  1. Bob:

    Just another example of why democrats want voting by mail to better their chances.

  2. LRH:

    Diane Loibel is the Allegany County Elections Director and said that such errors are not common…….well isn’t that just reassuring as hell. I never understood this, all across the nation, they have a bunch of civil servants who sole purpose is get ready for and conduct an election every two years, yet somehow every election, it appears that the main event kind of sneaks up on them and they are scrambling to pull all the pieces together.

  3. mac:

    We received one ballot per registered voter at our address and everyone that I have talked to has also received one ballot per registered voter at their address.
    Who are these residents who have received more than one ballot?
    Just because WCBC has said this is happening does not constitute proof.
    What if it is found out that those individuals, if there actually are any, are registered Republicans? Suddenly that will be a good thing?

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