Thousands Of Mail-In Ballots Delayed In Ohio, Pennsylvania After Printing Company Fiasco
Midwest Direct, which flew a “Trump 2020” flag at its Cleveland headquarters this summer, was contracted by several counties to print and send ballots.
A printing company in Ohio has come under scrutiny after promising to create and send tens of thousands of absentee ballots to voters in Ohio and Pennsylvania — and then failing to deliver many of these ballots on time.
Midwest Direct, a Cleveland-based mailing company, was contracted by dozens of overwhelmed counties in Ohio and Pennsylvania to help them fulfill the unusually large need for absentee ballots this year.
The company, however, has “failed to deliver promised ballots” on time to several counties, The New York Times reported Friday, including more than 50,000 ballots in Ohio’s Lucas County and 50,000 in Butler County.
VoteVets and the Lincoln Project collaborate on one of the most devastating Trump videos yet
The newest video put out in collaboration with VoteVets.org tells the very simple story of retired Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman and the bullying and threats he and his family received for bravely testifying about Donald Trump and Rudy Giuliani’s involvement in trying to coerce a foreign power to create the illusion of criminal impropriety in political rival Joe Biden’s record. The video shows Rachel Vindman, Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman’s wife, and their family talking about their experience on the righteous end of an authoritarian and corrupt president’s anger.
TRUMP’S ATTEMPT TO BUY THE SENIOR VOTE
Trump admin warned scheme to mail seniors $200 cards could be illegal — and it might not happen
President Donald Trump’s efforts to shore up his support with seniors by mailing out gift cards could potentially be illegal.
“The health department’s top lawyer is warning in an internal memo that President Donald Trump’s plan to give seniors $200 discount cards to buy prescription drugs could violate election law,” Politico reported Friday, citing “three officials with knowledge of those legal concerns.”