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Baltimore Residents Finally Receive 2020 Ballots

'We deeply regret the late delivery of these mailpieces... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) An entire neighborhood in Baltimore just received its requested absentee ballots for the 2020 election, the same controversial election cycle that leftists claim was totally legitimate and without substantial fraud or error.

Among those who just this past week received his 2020 ballots was Nick Frisone, who noted that the ballots appeared to be in perfect condition, the Baltimore Banner reported.

“There’s no rips, there’s no tears,” said Frisone. “Straight off the press.”

“Like, we’re in the midterms now, so you know, we’re kind of past that,” he added.

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After Frisone and many of his neighbors requested absentee ballots in September of 2020, they received notice from the city of Baltimore that the ballots were in the mail. But despite the notice, none of them recieved the ballots until nearly two years later.

At the time, Frisone and his neighbors requested new ballots, which they filled out and dropped in drop boxes.

“There was always a part of me that was like, where did that ballot go? Because it’s not just ours, it’s other people’s ballots, too,” said Frisone, who has now committed himself to voting in person.

The Banner inquired with the city of Baltimore regarding the ballots, discovering an entire tray of unsent ballots was discovered at the notoriously unreliable city post office last week.

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“The Postal Service discovered a tray of undelivered mail in a Baltimore facility last Friday, Aug. 5. The tray’s mail was from year 2020 and contained what appeared to be 26 blank ballots mailed from the Baltimore City Board of Election to addresses with a Baltimore ZIP Code,” wrote Tom Ouellette, a Postal Service spokesman.

“We deeply regret the late delivery of these mailpieces.”

According to Armstead Jones, election director at the Baltimore City Board of Elections, the missing ballots should come as no surprise considering the long history of failures on the part of the Baltimore post office.

“We see post office challenges all the time,” said Jones. “It speaks for itself: postmarked 2020.”

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