Stephen Miller Falsely Claims Voter Identity Is Not Confirmed For Mail-In Ballots - 2020-07-31

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F0.png Stephen Miller Falsely Claims Voter Identity Is Not Confirmed For Mail-In Ballots July 31, 2020, Zoë Richards, Talking Points Memo

"The President brought attention to catastrophic problem of universal mail-in ballots," Miller told "Fox & Friends" on Friday morning.

"Nobody who mails in a ballot has their identity confirmed, nobody checks to see if they are even a U.S. Citizen," Miller added, warning that voter fraud could be "happening on a scale of potentially millions of people."

But Miller's claims just aren't true. While some states require copies of identification to be sent along with ballots, others require that an elections officials compares the signature on the identification envelope to the one found on the elector's voter registration or other another form in the voter's registration record. Driver's license numbers and partial Social Security numbers, are also often used checked voter registration system data.

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