Mail-in Voting

USPS under fire for poor service, could affect mail-ins

With the US Presidential election less than two weeks away on November 3rd, concerns have arisen about the United States Postal Service's ability to deliver mail-in ballots on time.

James Anthony

Postal carrier charged after allegedly stealing mail-in ballot

A Miami postal carrier is now facing federal charges after allegedly stealing mail, including a mail-in ballot, ten gift cards and four prepaid debit cards on separate occasions.

James Anthony

Over 100 mail-in ballots found in Kentucky dumpster, employee may face federal charges

After mail-in ballots were found discarded in a dumpster in Kentucky, a US postal worker was fired for the infraction and may face federal charges.

Libby Emmons

Almost 50,000 Ohio voters received the wrong mail-in ballots for the presidential election

Data shows that 240,000 ballots have been mailed out. This means one in five voters now has a ballot with an error.

Joe Vaughan

Registered Democrat caught requesting mail-in ballot for dead wife

A Florida man accused of voter fraud is facing a third-degree felony charge after requesting a ballot for his dead wife.

Celine Ryan

Trump says 'We're going to win' as long as there is no 'mischief'

During his Friday rally in Newport News, Virginia, U.S. President Donald Trump told the crowd that he has confidence that a fair presidential election will result in his victory, saying “We can’t let them cheat.”

Celine Ryan

Investigation launched into mail-in ballots for Trump that were discarded in Pennsylvania

The Department of Justice released a statement this afternoon that announced an investigation into the discovery of nine discarded mail-in ballots, each of which had a vote cast for President Trump.

Libby Emmons

BUSTED: The Lincoln Project fabricates racist Trump supporter

The Lincoln Project falsely claimed on Monday that a Trump supporter called former President Barack Obama a "monkey."

Mia Cathell

Attorney General Barr says mail-in voting is 'playing with fire'

Attorney General William Barr stated that Democratic lawmakers are "playing with fire" by putting forth bills that would allow Americans to vote by mail in the upcoming presidential election amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Collin Jones