About 1 in 8 rural Alaska ballots have been rejected in special primary, raising red flags with lawmakers

A group of state lawmakers is raising red flags about the number of ballots rejected in the special U.S. House primary. Ballots are still being tallied but, so far, about 4% of the roughly 155,000 ballots received statewide have been rejected. That’s double the rejection rate from the 2020 primary. Wesley Early, Alaska Public Media.

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