Rate of Rejected Ballots in Pennsylvania Nearly 30X Lower This Year Than Historical Average

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The rate of rejected ballots in Pennsylvania this year is almost 30 times lower than the historic average, an analysis conducted by Just the News has found.

Joe Biden is maintaining a lead of just several thousand votes in that state. Pennsylvania is the state many in the mainstream media used to call the entire presidential race for Biden.

A county-by-county review finds the state rejected only 951 mail-in ballots of the 2,614,011 ballots received, for a rate of rejection of 0.04%.

The historical rate of mail-in ballot rejection is 1%. For first-time mail-in voters the rate can be as high as 3%.

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