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Fact check: Postal Service will deliver ballots with insufficient or unpaid postage

USATODAY.com Thursday, 10 September 2020
Fact check: Postal Service will deliver ballots with insufficient or unpaid postagePosts claim that voters must affix two stamps to mail-in ballots. In actuality, the rates vary by state, and the USPS will deliver ballots regardless.
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