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Citywide elections cost more money to run and, opponents say, can disenfranchise communities of color.
The President’s insistence that no ballot is counted after Tuesday could disenfranchise a large number of service members and impact the outcome of the election.
We know that three justices — Thomas, Alito, and Gorsuch — are willing to disenfranchise voters who failed to predict that the Supreme Court would change the rules in the future.
In an interview with The Washington Post earlier Thursday, Minnesota Secretary of State Steve Simon said a ruling against the state could disenfranchise an unknown number of state voters.
The Postal Service warned all but four states that they have deadlines that could disenfranchise voters.
The Postal Service over the summer warned all but four states that they have deadlines that could leave voters disenfranchised.
The Postal Service warned all but four states that they have deadlines that could leave voters disenfranchised.
The claim that six extra days to account for a postal service debacle would throw the election into “chaos” might disenfranchise thousands of voters in Wisconsin through no fault of their own.
From potentially 100,000 mail-in voters disenfranchised for not using the proper envelope, to delays in tallying mail ballots that mean the count could take weeks, it’s a frightening picture.
However, the good news is that election officials are aware that increased mail voting could potentially disenfranchise more voters, and some are addressing the problem.
WHY REJECTED BALLOTS COULD BE A BIG PROBLEM IN 2020NATHANIEL RAKICH (NATHANIEL.RAKICH@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)OCTOBER 13, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT

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