PENNSYLVANIA: "I estimate that the number of ballots that were either requested by someone other than the registered Republican or requested and returned but not counted range from 89,397 to 98,801"
Reminder, statistical evidence of voter fraud can be accepted as reliable if it is statistically sound.
Matt Braynard, the director of the Voter Integrity Project, which conducted the survey, said Miller's conclusions are "indicative of a kind of problem that we're seeing not just in Pennsylvania but in many of the other states..."

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Wisconsin, Florida, and Texas.

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South Dakota, California.
Florida: Initial variation is in person, followed by more homogeneous mail-in reporting.

Minnesota: This slight drift from D to R mail-ins occurs again and again, and is likely due to outlying rural areas having more R votes.
WI: Around 4am there, there is a shift in the ratio of D to R mail-in ballots

PA: As counting continues the D to R ratio in mail-in ballots inexplicably begin *increasing*

GA: We see pretty much the same story as Pennsylvania

MI: WI strangeness together with GA/PA weirdness
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