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According to a report from Breitbart News, roughly 28.4 million mail-in ballots went missing in the last four election cycles.

Data reveals that the election cycles with missing ballots date all the way back to 2012.

U.S. Election Assistance Commission and the Election Administration and Voting Surveys data shows that in the 2012, 2014, 2016, and 2018 election cycles, roughly 30 million mail-in-ballots sent out to registered voters went missing.

In 2012, 4 million out of 33 million ballots were missing, more than 425,000 were undeliverable, and almost 260,000 were rejected.

In 2014, 8.2 million out of 29.2 million ballots were missing, while 610,000 of those mail-in ballots were undeliverable, and about 269,000 were rejected.

Public Legal Interest Foundation (PILF) President J. Christian Adams said, “Vote by mail is a disaster.”

“People who think it works haven’t studied the failures. The facts show mail voting doesn’t work.”

In 2016 through 2018, roughly 16.4 million ballots were missing out of 84 million.

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In California, 1.4 million mail-in ballots went missing during the 2018 election while Maricopa County, Arizona saw 408,000 mail-in ballots go missing.

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Likewise, Orange County, California, had 374,000 mail-in ballots go missing in 2018 and King County, Washington, had 353,000 mail-in ballots go missing.

San Diego County, Sacramento County, Riverside County, San Bernardino County, Alameda County, Santa Clara County — all located in California — saw a combined 1.6 million mail-in ballots go missing in the 2018 election.

Currently, elected Democrats are lobbying for nationwide mail-in voting for the November presidential election — a move that would potentially deliver ballots to an estimated 24 million ineligible voters. The plan is being bankrolled by organizations funded by billionaire George Soros.

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