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Census Bureau: Record 69.4% of Voters in 2020 Election Did Not Vote In-Person on Election Day


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CNSNews.com) - A large majority of the people who voted in the 2020 presidential election, according to the Census Bureau, did not do so by physically going to their precinct on Election Day and casting a ballot there.

“For the first time on record, a majority (69.4 percent) of voters cast ballots by a nontraditional method in the 2020 presidential election,” the bureau said in a report released today.

“This represents a dramatic increase in nontraditional voting since 2004, when only 20.7 percent of voters reported voting by a nontraditional method, and over the prior presidential election in 2016, when 40.1 percent of voters cast ballots by a nontraditional method,” said the report.:snip:

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