by Sam Jacobs
The Daily Bell
Regardless of where one falls politically, the sanctity of the vote is a bedrock of a functioning representative democracy. Voters have to believe their vote matters. And that the vote is free, fair, and accurate.
Below we explore the details and the data of what happened in Pennsylvania, nicknamed “The Keystone State“, on Election Day. Elsewhere we explore similar efforts in the key swing states of Wisconsin, Michigan, and Georgia.
Mail-In Ballots in Pennsylvania
Voter turnout was up everywhere. This was expected due to the highly partisan and hotly contested nature of the election. However, there is something worth taking a closer look at in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania — namely the incredibly lopsided impact that mail-in ballots had on the election.