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More than one quarter of all US states to provide mail-in ballot tracking

More than one quarter of all US states to provide mail-in ballot tracking

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More than one quarter of all US states to provide mail-in ballot tracking

BallotTrax, a complete mail ballot locator and notification system, has announced that it will be used to track ballots in hundreds of counties across more than one quarter of US states, including a mix of Republican and Democratic states, for the upcoming 2020 presidential election. In addition, the company is in talks with several other states and hundreds of additional counties nationwide to offer its innovative ballot tracking solution. Ballot tracking is an important component of today’s digital world, giving voters peace of mind that their vote counts and curbing election fraud.

“With the Coronavirus pandemic accelerating the conversation around mail-in ballots and election fraud, it is paramount that voters in cities and states nationwide are able to track the status of their ballots, ensuring that their vote counts,” said Steve Olsen, CEO of BallotTrax. “Voters using BallotTrax get a tracking service similar to Amazon’s package tracking, allowing voters to sign up for text, email and phone notifications alerting them to the status of their ballot, from when it is printed, sent, delivered and, most importantly, officially tabulated. No longer do voters have to wonder if their mail-in ballot was actually counted.”

With a myriad of issues and questions surrounding the United States Postal Service leading up to the upcoming election, many voters are turning to election drop boxes, but even drop boxes raise the question around whether your vote was tabulated.

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