Mail-In Ballots

In the months leading up to the the 2020 General Election there was much debate about mail-in ballots. Some people seemed intentional on conflating the mail in ballots proposed for this election from the standard absentee ballots that most states use in every election.

The mail in ballot voting that went on in 2020 is NOT the same as  the standard absentee voting. 

Absentee Voting
Absentee voting is when a voter is unable or chooses not to vote in person on election day. In order to vote by absentee, the voter must first request an absentee ballot. In many states, the absentee ballot requests requires personally identifying information like a driver’s license number or the last four of one’s social security number. The exact requirements vary by state, but many, if not all, follow some form of this process.

2020 Mail In Ballots
In the last General Election, nine states and the District of Columbia mailed out ballots to everyone on their voter rolls while other states relaxed absentee voter requirements.

This means that in those nine states, every registered voter received a ballot in the mail, even if they didn’t request it. This not only made ballots susceptible to out-dated voter rolls, but also created a myriad of possibilities for fraud.

The reports we are getting of “dead people voting,” incapacitated voters, ballot harvesting (where people went into institutions and mass filled in ballots for people), out of state voters, and more make a lot more sense when you understand the free-flow of mailed out mass ballots.

The Details

2020 Election Voting Machine Irregularities – Part 8

By Peter Navarro Read the Navarro Report here. Perhaps no device illustrates that technology is a double-edged sword than the machines and associated software that have come to be used to tabulate votes across all 50 states.108 Types of voting equipment include optical scanners used to process paper ballots, direct recording electronic systems which voters ... Read more

Equal Protection Clause Violations – Part 7

By Peter Navarro Read the Navarro Report here. Equal Protection Clause Violations The Equal Protection Clause is part of the 14th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution and a fundamental pillar of the American Republic. This Equal Protection Clause mandates that no State may deny its citizens equal protection of its governing laws.(96) Table 6 illustrates ... Read more

Contestable Process Fouls – Part 6

By Peter Navarro Read the Navarro Report here. Contestable process fouls represent the third dimension of election irregularities in the 2020 presidential election. The various forms such process fouls can take are illustrated in Table 5 across the six battleground states. Abuses of Poll Watchers and Observers Central to the fairness and integrity of any ... Read more

Ballot Mishandling – Part 5

By Peter Navarro Read the Navarro Report here. Ballot mishandling represents the second major dimension of alleged election irregularities in the 2020 presidential election. As Table 4 illustrates, this is a multifaceted problem across the battleground states.   Let’s work our way through this figure starting with the failure to properly check the identification of voters. ... Read more

Outright Voter Fraud – Part 4

By Peter Navarro Read the Navarro Report here. Outright voter fraud ranges from the large-scale manufacturing of fake ballots, bribery, and dead voters to ballots cast by ineligible voters such as felons and illegal aliens, ballots counted multiple times, and illegal out-of-state voters. Table 3 provides an overview across the six battleground states of the ... Read more

Six Dimensions of Election Irregularities across Six Battleground States – Part 3

By Peter Navarro Read the Navarro Report here. Two key points stand out immediately from the matrix. First, significant irregularities appear to be ubiquitous across the six battleground states. Only Arizona is free of any apparent widespread ballot mishandling while only Pennsylvania lacks significant statistical anomalies. The rest of the matrix in Table 2 is ... Read more

Introduction – Part 2

By Peter Navarro Read the Navarro Report here. At the stroke of midnight on Election Day, President Donald J. Trump appeared well on his way to winning a second term. He was already a lock to win both Florida and Ohio; and no Republican has ever won a presidential election without winning Ohio while only ... Read more

Election Information—How Do You Know What Is True?

As the days tick by, the tension in the nation continues to be felt everywhere. People monitor the news hoping for clues. They are anxious to know what the end result of the November 3rd, 2020 election will be. Listening to the media is like a roller coaster ride minus the thrill. Even the “ups” ... Read more

Statistical Anomalies in the Six Battleground State – Part 9

By Peter Navarro Read the Navarro Report here. The 2020 presidential election appears to feature at least four types of statistical anomalies that raise troubling questions. Table 8 illustrates the incidence of these statistical anomalies across the six battleground states. As you can see from the table, Wisconsin and Georgia are characterized by the highest ... Read more

Executive Summary – Part 1

By Peter Navarro Read the Navarro Report here. Executive Summary This report assesses the fairness and integrity of the 2020 Presidential Election by examining six dimensions of alleged election irregularities across six key battleground states. Evidence used to conduct this assessment includes more than 50 lawsuits and judicial rulings, thousands of affidavits and declarations,1testimony in ... Read more