by Joel B. Pollak
The New York City Board of Elections disqualified 84,208 vote-by-mail ballots — 26% of the total cast — in the June 23 Democratic presidential primary, according to a report cited Wednesday evening by the New York Post.
The Post reported:
The city BOE received 403,213 mail-in ballots for the June 23 Democratic presidential primary.
But the certified results released Wednesday revealed that only 318,995 mail-in ballots were counted.
That’s means 84,208 ballots were not counted or invalidated — 26 percent of the total.