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Iowa Judge’s Ruling Hands Trump Campaign Early Win On Mail-In Ballots

Iowa Judge's Ruling Hands Trump Campaign Early Win On Mail-In Ballots
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An Iowa judge’s ruling invalidating 50,000 requests for absentee ballots because an election official pre-filled voters’ personal information has handed President Trump’s campaign an early win in its fight against expanded mail-in balloting.

Judge Ian Thornhill this week ruled Linn County Auditor Joel Miller, a Democrat, overstepped his bounds by pre-entering personal information in the ballots mailed out to county voters.

Miller has been ordered to void the original ballot requests and inform voters in writing they must process new absentee ballots or show up to the polls to vote in person…

To read more visit Just The News.

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