REPORT: South Carolina election ballots reportedly found in another state

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BY TEAM DML / MAY 21, 2020 /

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South Carolina election ballots reportedly ended up in Maryland this week, after mail-in voting for the Palmetto State’s June 9 primary has already begun, according to local news reports.

South Carolina election officials may cut ties with the company they used, Minnesota printer SeaChange, over the mix-up after about 20 Charleston County absentee ballots were found outside the state, the reports say.

The article goes on to state the following:

Election officials say this isn’t the first absentee ballot issue they’ve had with the company, which prints and mails ballots for 13 South Carolina counties.

The Democratic presidential primary and the special election for sheriff were held 10 days apart, and voters in Greenville County received the wrong absentee ballots.

Charleston voters also received ballots that were folded in a way that made them tough to read by scanning machines.

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