The sunny state of California made headlines this week for failing to account for just over 10 million ballots during the 2022 midterm elections, according to research published by the Public Interest Legal Foundation.
Per their report, “significant numbers of mail ballots were rejected during California’s first year into its mass-mail balloting. During the 2022 primary and general elections, 226,250 mail ballots were rejected by election officials because of the switch to mail balloting.”
PILF alleged that, in total, 10,891,525 ballots were unaccounted for in the Golden State in the wake of the 2022 midterm elections.
This is a shocking development for Californians and Americans who value the sanctity of the vote. According to Public Interest Legal Foundation President J. Christian Adams,