Philadelphia’s final mail ballot rejection numbers are still being sorted out, along with other counties and states.
Senators Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue are suing in federal court, arguing that more mail ballots should have been scrapped in November.
In Florida, the primary rejection rate shot up 63% from 2016, hitting younger voters, Black voters, first-time voters and Hispanic voters hardest, a state report found.
For years, mail voting has been steadily growing in popularity, supported by both Republicans and Democrats, she said.
A post-election Pew Research Center survey found that roughly seven of every 10 voters interviewed found voting, including mail voting, “very easy.”