A disabled retired Gary police officer and his brother and nephew – who all live in the same household – recently received letters stating that their ballots for the 2020 primary election didn’t count because of signature issues. According to the letter from the Lake County Election and Voter Registration Board, their signatures on the ballot application and the ballot envelope did not match so their ballot was rejected. In total, there are five reasons a ballot can be rejected: an unsigned ballot envelope, an unsigned absentee ballot application, signatures not matching, no power of attorney enclosed and no ballot card, according to a county election letter. Alexandra Kukula, The Chicago Tribune.
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