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4 minutes ago, RedDenver said:

Wrong again. Legal in most states.

https://ballotpedia.org/Ballot_harvesting_laws_by_state

That link has the break down of the laws for every state.

Who may not return ballots

Laws in the following nine states name specific groups of individuals who may not return mail ballots, such as employers, union agents, candidates, and campaign workers. 

Limits on number of voters/ballots

Laws in the following 10 states place limits on how many ballots a person may return on others' behalf or on how many voters for whom one may return ballots.

Voters meeting specific criteria

Laws in seven states and D.C. only allow another person to return a voter's ballot if that voter meets specific criteria, such as having a disability or qualifying for an emergency ballot.

Ballot harvesting is illegal.  These states allow a certain chosen person to return a ballot from a certain voter based on that voters inclusion criteria. 
 

Ballot Harvesting in its illegal sense is not what ballotpedia refers to above. 

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Just now, Archy1221 said:

Who may not return ballots

Laws in the following nine states name specific groups of individuals who may not return mail ballots, such as employers, union agents, candidates, and campaign workers. 

Limits on number of voters/ballots

Laws in the following 10 states place limits on how many ballots a person may return on others' behalf or on how many voters for whom one may return ballots.

Voters meeting specific criteria

Laws in seven states and D.C. only allow another person to return a voter's ballot if that voter meets specific criteria, such as having a disability or qualifying for an emergency ballot.

Ballot harvesting is illegal.  These states allow a certain chosen person to return a ballot from a certain voter based on that voters inclusion criteria. 
 

Ballot Harvesting in its illegal sense is not what ballotpedia refers to above. 

You made the claim "ballot harvesting" is illegal in every state except CA. I showed that's not true. Even this response by you shows it's not true.

 

Admit you were wrong or show us the laws making "ballot harvesting" illegal in the other 49 states.

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1 minute ago, RedDenver said:

You made the claim "ballot harvesting" is illegal in every state except CA. I showed that's not true. Even this response by you shows it's not true.

 

Admit you were wrong or show us the laws making "ballot harvesting" illegal in the other 49 states.

An example of the difference between ballot collecting and ballot harvesting. 
 

https://www.11alive.com/mobile/article/news/politics/elections/is-ballot-harvesting-legal-in-georgia/85-001a1f4a-ef53-4190-b1f9-706190c71add

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8 minutes ago, RedDenver said:

Provide the laws that make "ballot harvesting" illegal in the other 49 states except CA.

You already provided the link.  People can look into each individual state if they wish and find the difference between legally collecting a ballot for someone in need or illegally harvesting a ballot for someone who isn’t eligible for ballot collection.  
 

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25 minutes ago, Archy1221 said:

You already provided the link.  People can look into each individual state if they wish and find the difference between legally collecting a ballot for someone in need or illegally harvesting a ballot for someone who isn’t eligible for ballot collection.  

And that link shows your statement that it's illegal everywhere but CA was wrong.

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1 hour ago, Archy1221 said:

Neither of those are ballot harvesting as I read the article.   Ballot harvesting is pretty specific type of illegal voting/voter fraud, and is what I was talking about.    

If you are going to hold everyone to such specifics, maybe you should be more specific with your claims.

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