DELAWARE – A group called Patriots For Delaware has put together information that shows that a ridiculously high number of deceased individuals from the state not only received ballots in the 2020 election, but they even voted.

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According to the data put together by the group, a total of 1,768 deceased people actually voted in the 2020 election.

As seen in the chart below, up to 315% of beds at the listed homes voted in the nursing and assisted living homes. This means that anywhere from one to 202 dead persons were listed as voters in 2020.

Patriots For Delaware also found that, shockingly, 1,165 of these dead voters showed to have voted IN-PERSON at a poling place

Of the deceased, 91% had been dead for over five years. About 69% had been dead for over 10 years, and 22% had been no longer living for over two decades. The oldest dead voter had passed away in 1963.

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The group also found that 2,117 people who had already moved out of state also voted in the election. This is in addition to 1,854 voters who had moved prior to the election with no forwarding address who also voted. “If the mail-in portion of these voters do not have a forwarding address,” the group said, “how did they receive the ballot they used in our election?”

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They also pointed out a huge difference in the state versus national mail-in ballot return rate. Nationally, there is an approximately 71% return rate, but with the data analyzed by Patriots For Delaware, the state had a 99.8% mail-in ballot return rate, with 168,355 ballots being returned out of 168,629 sent out. This represents a 28.8% increase over the national return rate.

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Based on the information discovered in this report, it would appear that there is at the least a major need to clean up the voter rolls to more accurately reflect the deceased and people who have moved out of state. Beyond that, it appears that there needs to be an investigation into many facets of the 2020 election, and stricter supervision for future elections.