New York City to Send Out Nearly 100,000 New Mail-In Ballots After Error

New York City election officials are moving forward with a plan to send nearly 100,000 absentee ballots to voters after they received envelopes with the wrong address and names printed on them. New York City's Board of Elections Executive Director Michael Ryan said the board's print vendor, Phoenix Graphics, had a printing run error. "It is isolated to one borough, that would be the borough of Brooklyn, and one print run," Ryan said during a board meeting this week. The error "has been caught and corrected moving forward." To make sure "absolutely no disenfranchisement occurs in the borough of Brooklyn," the board demanded the printing Read More From Source