More than 11% of all ballots sent to D.C. voters ahead of the November general election were returned as undeliverable, a rate more than eight times higher than the national average. Additionally, undeliverable mail ballots were highest in wards 2 and 8, exceeding 15%. Those are among the key findings in a 78-page audit commissioned by the D.C. Auditor on the primary and general elections last year, both of which featured significant changes to how people cast ballots because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Martin Austermuhle, DCist.
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