Undelivered Ballots Were Found At One Miami-Dade Post Office. Now Others Being Searched
Federal agents have launched a sweeping investigation into Miami-Dade mail facilities after federal agents discovered 48 undelivered ballots at a post office near Homestead.
Two days after inspectors found dozens of undelivered ballots sitting in a post office in South Miami-Dade County, the U.S. Postal Service Office of Inspector General is preparing to sweep other mail facilities in Miami-Dade for ballots that haven’t reached their destination ahead of the Nov. 3 election.
Scott Pierce, the special agent in charge for the USPS Inspector General’s Southern Area Field Office, confirmed to the Miami Herald on Sunday afternoon that special agents “will be busy over the next couple of days conducting several station visits” at mail distribution centers in Miami-Dade.
Pierce wouldn’t disclose which locations or how many would be searched.
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