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Mail-in Voting Envelopes Don’t Reveal Party During General Election

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Facebook posts falsely suggest that envelopes used for mail-in ballots in general elections reveal party affiliation, saying postal workers may “toss” votes. Voting experts say they don’t know of any such labels in general elections — only on envelopes during primary elections.


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Some states have made it easier to vote by mail, particularly in recent months because of health risks from the COVID-19 pandemic, as we’ve written.

But,  President Donald Trump has attacked mail-in voting as “fraudulent” and “corrupt,” though have said his claims are exaggerated or false.

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