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Conservative Leaders Blast Dem Efforts to Shield Ballot Counting

Former Ohio Secretary of State Ken Blackwell called Thursday for more transparency and “a clear chain of custody for every ballot” as the final votes in key states are being tallied to determine the outcome of the 2020 presidential election. “Two things are critical, guaranteeing the chain of custody for each ballot and verification that every voter is a legal voter,” said Blackwell, who was Ohio’s Secretary of State from 1999 to 2007 and is now a Senior Fellow for Family Empowerment with the Family Research Council (FRC). “Transparency is now a top priority. We need to be shining as much light as possible on this process,” Blackwell said. “We should be punching holes in the darkness whether it’s in Nevada or Arizona, Pennsylvania or North Carolina. We must make sure that there is light in this process.” Blackwell’s comment came during a digital media briefing in which he was …

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