Klobuchar asks Minnesotans: ‘don’t vote by mail anymore’ citing concerns over segregated ballots

November 1, 2020

Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar cited concerns over the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals ruling ordering Minnesota ballots received after Election Day to be segregated from other votes. She said during an interview on Fox News Sunday that she no longer wants people to vote by mail.

“We really are focused right now on making sure people can vote and we’re just telling them, don’t vote by mail anymore,” said Klobuchar on “Fox News Sunday,” encouraging voters to vote by other means. 

“Take your ballot to a dropoff box, we’ve got plenty of them in Minnesota,” Klobuchar added.

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