Of the 1.09m absentee ballots processed by the state’s 67 SOEs as of this morning (Friday, March 11, 2016), nearly 5.6k have a “voter error” and another 4.6k don’t have a signature on the back of the return envelope. That’s about 1% of all absentee ballots cast. Republican absentee voters have a slightly higher voter error rate than Democratic absentee voters, and the reverse is true for those received by SOEs without signatures.
Absentee ballots with a voter error will be evaluated by county canvassing boards as they are processed, so some of them may be approved as valid votes. Voters who have cast absentee ballots without signatures have until 5pm on Monday to “cure” their absentee ballot envelope.
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