A Nevada county mailed out 1.3 million ballots for its primary election but 1 in 5 were never delivered

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Nevada's Clark County mailed ballots for its June primary election to all its registered voters, but 223,000 were never delivered.

Hundreds of thousands of ballots were filled out with the wrong address, according to a report from the right-leaning Public Interest Legal Foundation.

Legislators are pushing for more mail-in voting during the Presidential election in November because of the pandemic, but opponents allege Post Office backlogs due to funding cuts and now maintenance issues with voter lists would make it impossible.

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The coronavirus pandemic wasn't the only thing that disrupted the Las Vegas area's primary election in June.

Following guidance from state authorities, the county mailed ballots to all of its 1.3 million registered voters in the Las Vegas area, but 223,000 were never delivered, according to a new report authored by the conservative nonprofit Public Interest Legal Foundation and confirmed by the Las Vegas Review-Journal. Although the report attributed the undeliverable ballots to outdated voter rolls, the problem alludes to ones other counties could face if they pursue mail-only voting in the November presidential election.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Inside London during COVID-19 lockdownSee Also:American tourists are further banned from entering Canada until September and 'citizen detectives' are on the lookoutFormer VP pick Sarah Palin offers advice to Democratic VP nominee Kamala Harris: 'Trust no one new'Trump lashed out at mega-donor Sheldon Adelson in a recent phone call, prompting panicked Republican Party officials to try and deescalate the situationSEE ALSO: What you need to know about US Postal Service's funding crisis, and how it could impact your vote in the November election

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