Here we are, weeks after the midterm election, and not all of the results are in. It took nearly two weeks to decide which party would hold a majority in the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate.
With the exception of Georgia, having a runoff because of local voting laws, all balloting was to have been complete on Election Day, as set forth by federal law, which supersedes the states’ nilly-willy setting balloting dates from as much as nearly two months prior to Election Day, and allowing receipt of mail-in ballots up to weeks post Election Day, regardless of postmarks.
European countries severely limited such absentee and mail-in balloting because of ballot tampering. In a nation, such as ours, and the technology that we have, there is no excuse for such shenanigans which are rife with irregularities.