New York Voting Official Warns Voters May Register for Mail-in Ballots with Dead People’s Names

A New York state election commissioner has called for officials to be on the look out for people who use the personal details of the deceased to request mail-in ballots for the election in November.

Nick LaLota, who is the Suffolk County elections commissioner, said that an absentee ballot application dated September 4 had been received from a voter who had died in June. “Those things ought to be ferreted out,” said LaLota.

“I hope that we’re all in agreement that it is part of this…

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