Election officials across the country are bracing for a massive influx of absentee and mail-in ballot come November. This comes after spring and summer elections didn’t exactly go smoothly. According to NPR, more than 550,000 ballots were rejected during the presidential primaries. We look at the battleground state of Wisconsin, which rejected more than 20,000 ballots during the April primary, and now expects nearly 2 million requests for mail-in ballots for November.



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