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Cuomo's office reportedly pushing against sending new ballots after voters received mismarked..,

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    Many Brooklyn ballots had return envelopes with the wrong names on them


    New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and his office reportedly pushed against a plan to send approximately 100,000 new absentee ballots after Brooklyn residents discovered that the ballots they received in the mail had the wrong name listed on the return envelopes.

    Voters were concerned that if the signatures they provided on their ballot did not match the envelope, their vote in November's election would be invalid.

    "The governor wants to take a different approach," state Board of Elections co-chair Doug Kellner told the New York Post.

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    Cuomo's office reportedly pushing against sending new ballots after voters received mismarked envelopes
     
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