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In 2016, 319,000 mail in ballots were disqualified.  1%. 

 

1% of 120 million is 1.2 million.

 

What is the acceptable number of disenfranchised voters to rig an election?

 

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5 mins ago, Gotcow? said:

What's the % of lost mail for the USPS?

4.7%

 

Great point.  How many disenfranchised votes is that?  5.5 million?  Plus another million plus disqualified?

 

 

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1 min ago, jkrock said:

4.7%

 

Great point.  How many disenfranchised votes is that?  5.5 million?  Plus another million plus disqualified?

 

 

well to be fair... you would first have to estimate what percentage of total mail is ballots... then apply the 4.7%

 

And of course there is the pesky characteristics of mail in ballots.

 

 

R ballots are lost at a hugely big percentage...

and D ballots are lost in a nice negative percentage

somehow

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1 min ago, hamlet said:

well to be fair... you would first have to estimate what percentage of total mail is ballots... then apply the 4.7%

 

And of course there is the pesky characteristics of mail in ballots.

 

 

R ballots are lost at a hugely big percentage...

and D ballots are lost in a nice negative percentage

somehow

Agree  I was using approximately 120 million as the baseline.  And 1% disqualification is low.  That was the estimated number in 2016, but we've already seen much higher percentages disqualified in primaries this summer.  This election will be wrapped up in the courts for years, which I also think is part of the democrats plan

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3 hours ago, hamlet said:

well to be fair... you would first have to estimate what percentage of total mail is ballots... then apply the 4.7%

 

And of course there is the pesky characteristics of mail in ballots.

 

 

R ballots are lost at a hugely big percentage...

and D ballots are lost in a nice negative percentage

somehow

correct, kind of

 

But I don't think there will be lost ballots.  As a matter of fact, I think about 120% will be returned

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3 hours ago, jkrock said:

In 2016, 319,000 mail in ballots were disqualified.  1%. 

 

1% of 120 million is 1.2 million.

 

What is the acceptable number of disenfranchised voters to rig an election?

 

However many it takes for democrats to steal the election.

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