Mail-in ballots confuse, anger some NJ voters

Election administrators in New Jersey expect to send and receive even more mail-in ballots than they processed for the July 7 primary

President Donald Trump hammered away on vote-by-mail fraud during the presidential debate Tuesday night, citing New Jersey. County clerks mailed a record number of ballots for the July 7 primary election and voters mailed them back a record number. Elections administrators anticipate sending and receiving even more for the November election. Senior Correspondent Brenda Flanagan checks out how they’re dealing with the ballots coming and going.

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