Utah Voters Say Their Votes Were Tossed After USPS Routed Ballots To Vegas

Utah Voters Say Their Votes Were Tossed After USPS Routed Ballots To Vegas


Camille Topham is your typical American voter who sought to cast her vote in Utah’s June 25 primary elections.

Using the Beehive State’s universal mail-in voting system, the Iron County resident and her family reportedly deposited their ballots into a local post box on June 23. Given that this was a day before voters are required by state law to have their mail ballots postmarked to be counted, Topham was surprised to later receive a letter informing her and her family their ballots would not be tabulated because they were not postmarked by the specified deadline.

“I was shocked,” Topham said during Iron County’s Monday commissioners meeting. “I have been voting in Iron County for 33 years, since I was 18. I have never

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