Springfield Elections Board on voter fraud and the influx of mail ballot applications

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TOPSHOT – Stickers that read “I Voted By Mail” sit on a table waiting to be stuffed into envelopes by absentee ballot election workers at the Mecklenburg County Board of Elections office in Charlotte, NC on September 4, 2020. – The US election is officially open: North Carolina on September 4, 2020 launched vote-by-mail operations for the November 3 contest between President Donald Trump and Joe Biden, which is getting uglier by the day.
Worries about the unabated spread of the coronavirus are expected to prompt a major increase in the number of ballots cast by mail, as Americans avoid polling stations. (Photo by Logan Cyrus / AFP) (Photo by LOGAN CYRUS/AFP via Getty Images)

Springfield Elections Board Spokesperson Matt Dietrich joins Steve Bertrand to talk about the rate of by-mail ballot applications in the pandemic. Plus, Matt defines voter fraud in this age of mail ballot onslaught, and the protocol if a ballot goes unused or isn’t received as expected.

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