He didn’t need it, but John Fetterman’s campaign had filed a lawsuit asking that mail-in ballots without a date or with the incorrect date be counted.

This editor hadn’t heard about ballot “curing” until 2018 when volunteers from the Florida Democratic Party called voters in Palm Beach County whose mail-in ballots had to be “fixed” — after the recount had already started. And in November 2020, Team Joe was encouraging volunteers to join them in a virtual training to learn how to knock on doors to help voters “cure” their ballots. “If your ballot was rejected, your county elections office will contact you with a document to ‘cure’ or correct your ballot envelope,” read the State of Georgia’s website.

So if you’re wondering why it’s taking so long to get results in Nevada — and wondering why the ballots always seem to favor Democrats — keep in mind that the Culinary Union, which is a major force in Las Vegas politics, is sending union members door-to-door to cure thousands of ballots.

A lot of states, apparently.

We’re not sure in how many states they give you days after Election Day, after the Election Day totals have come in, to “fix” the ballot that you were somehow incapable of filling out correctly. It smells. But Republicans really have to, as many people have said, learn how to collect ballots, not votes.


Editor’s Note: Republican voters deserve answers and accountability for the failed red wave.


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