Batch Of South Carolina Absentee Ballots Found In Maryland Spark Concerns Of Voter Fraud

(Gateway Pundit) – A batch of South Carolina ‘ready to mail’ ballots were found in Baltimore, Maryland this week, sparking concerns of voter fraud.

Post and Courier reported:

South Carolina election officials could have counties cut ties to a Minnesota printer after about 20 Charleston County absentee ballots were found in Maryland this week.

The ready-to-mail ballots have since made their way to Charleston-area voters, state and county election officials said, but it is just the latest problem with SeaChange Print Innovations, which prints and mails absentee ballots for 13 S.C. counties.

Some Greenville County voters received the wrong absentee ballots this year when the Democratic presidential primary and a special election for sheriff were held 10 days apart, S.C. Election Commission spokesman Chris Whitmire said.

“We’re not getting a warm and fuzzy feeling that they can handle this,” South Carolina Election Commission spokesman Whitmire said. “We are actively seeking sustainable solutions.”

This is precisely why the Democrats are pushing for mail-in ballots for the November General Election.

Pelosi is now trying to shove a $3.6 billion ‘vote-by-mail’ proposal into the latest Coronavirus stimulus bill.

Pelosi said that voting by mail, with no chain of custody, is “more democratic” than voting in person with photo ID.

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7 COMMENTS

  1. This is simply some kind of mix-up.

    The Democrats have assured us no voter fraud goes on.

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    Believers, please contact me, I have a bridge sale going on.

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  3. The simple solution. Make it a felony to attempt to collect and “bundle” ballots. The practice is wide open to abuse. People either mail it themselves at the post office or they dont get to vote. Funny that the DEMs dont seem to care how votes are collected, or even if its only CITIZENS voting, as long as they are winning. We need responsible judges to institute voter ID as MANDATORY. Period. If you are too lazy or too stupid to vote, do the rest of a a favor: DON’T.

    • I agree completely…And have stated many times that, with only few exceptions, there should not be “absentee voting” or “mail-in voting”. If it doesn’t mean enough to the voter to 1) get the proper ID; and 2) get off the couch and get themselves to their local polling spot IN PERSON (I have never had to travel so much as even a mile in my many years of voting.., since 1968), then as far as I’m concerned I don’t want that person participating in an action that effects ALL of us.

    • You republikkkan crooks and your conspiracy theories…there has never been any sign of “voter fraud” in our country’s history. You just want millions more Americans to spread the Coronavirus around.

  4. SC election officials COULD cut ties with this Minnesota company???? WTH – JUST DO IT – if it’s found that it was THEIR fault that this happened- FIRE THEIR A**** . Maybe investigate whether this has happened before – put them out of business if so.

  5. South Carolina election officials could have counties cut ties to a Minnesota printer after about 20 Charleston County absentee ballots were found in Maryland this week.

    The ready-to-mail ballots have since made their way to Charleston-area voters, state and county election officials said, but it is just the latest problem with SeaChange Print Innovations, which prints and mails absentee ballots for 13 S.C. counties.

    Some Greenville County voters received the wrong absentee ballots this year when the Democratic presidential primary and a special election for sheriff were held 10 days apart, S.C. Election Commission spokesman Chris Whitmire said.

    “We’re not getting a warm and fuzzy feeling that they can handle this,” South Carolina Election Commission spokesman Whitmire said. “We are actively seeking sustainable solutions.”

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