Claim: Voters in New Mexico are being sent multiple absentee ballots. Fact check: False
WOW: A friend just sent this to me This is the reality of mail-in voting Why are houses with two people being se… https://t.co/obVxXu6EXF— Charlie Kirk (@Charlie Kirk)1589996100.0
Charlie Kirk is conflating the issue mentioned in the photo he himself shared. As the post in the attached photo states, the household in question has received several applications to request a mail-in ballot for the upcoming election, but not ballots themselves, as Kirk falsely states.
Ahead of the state's June 2 primary election, officials in New Mexico are urging eligible voters to cast ballots by mail to reduce the risk of coronavirus transmission. Voters have responded in kind with a massive increase in requests submitted, and thousands of ballots have already been completed and returned.
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