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Deadline Extenion Denied for Mail-In Ballots

(Chicago, IL) - Mail-in ballots in Indiana must be received by Election Day to be counted.  That was the ruling by a federal court on Tuesday.


The U.S. 7th Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago heard a request to count mail-in ballots received ten days after Election Day on November 3 due to COVID 19.  However, the court ruled Coronavirus Pandemic was not a good enough reason to extend the deadline.

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