Confusion isn’t spread just by text message. In Kansas, the wrong ballot was being handed out for a while at a polling place in 2018. In Montana, the Republican National Committee sent an October mailer to registered voters saying “they could submit absentee ballots postmarked the day before the election so long as they were received by election officials within 10 days after Election Day” — totally untrue: All ballots must be received by 8 p.m. Election Day, regardless of when they’re postmarked.
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