Investigation shows hundreds of Republican mail-in ballots in Pennsylvania were not counted
By Arsenio Toledo // Jan 06, 2021

A fraud detection team has found over 400 Republican voters in Pennsylvania who voted by mail but were not recorded in the state's absentee voting data. This team further found that more than 500 voters in the state received mail-in ballots despite not having requested them.


This analysis was conducted by a fraud detection team assembled by Matt Braynard, a data and strategy director who worked for President Donald Trump's presidential campaign in 2016.

Braynard's team analyzed election data from several states, including all of the states where the Trump campaign is contesting the results. Braynard even set up a call center where his team can collect tips and other information regarding election inconsistencies and verify them.

This call center was very successful, as it was able to process “many thousands” of calls. (Related: Trump lawyer tweets article suggesting Philadelphia mob boss ready to expose election fraud in exchange for criminal record expungement.)

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Results of Braynard's investigation could overturn Pennsylvania results

Of the thousands of calls that Braynard's team handled, 1,706 of them were from registered Republican voters in Pennsylvania. According to state data, all of these voters received their mail-in ballots. However, 556 of them, nearly a third, never filed a request for an absentee ballot.

Of the 1,137 who did request a ballot to vote by mail, nearly 40 percent, or 453 people, said that they successfully mailed back their votes, but state data shows that their votes were either never received or never counted.

According to Braynard, around 165,000 Pennsylvania Republicans requested mail-in ballots but were marked by the state as never having returned them. If their analysis is representative of the whole state, this means that as many as 65,000 Republican votes were not counted.

Current counts show that Democratic nominee Joe Biden is leading in Pennsylvania by nearly 81,000 votes. An additional 65,000 Republican votes would put Trump within one percentage point of taking back all of the state's 20 electoral college votes.

When asked how many of the Pennsylvania Republicans were willing to sign affidavits swearing to their testimony, Braynard said that his team was able to obtain around 30 written declarations. Around half of these declarations come from people who swear that they mailed in their ballots despite state data saying the contrary, and the other half is from people who received absentee ballots even without requesting for them.

“We have a small in-house team following up on the call center for this purpose,” said Braynard, “We are chasing declarations signed under penalty of perjury instead of affidavits. Unsurprisingly, when you start asking civilians to get involved in a political battle by signing a legal document, the number who want to go forward drops pretty quickly.”

Braynard said that his team is on track to wrap up their analysis and to publish their conclusions by next week. He will also be providing the data his team has gathered to several legal teams fighting for Trump.

He has already announced that his team found nearly 18,000 early or absentee voters in Georgia who were not eligible to vote in that state because they had filed out-of-state move notices. If their findings are respected and held up in court, it could also overturn the state's election results.

They have also found around 7,000 voters in Pennsylvania who also filed out-of-state move notices.

Braynard's efforts are part of his Voter Integrity Fund, which is cross-referencing public data with their own calls to voters to confirm whether or not there was massive fraud in the election. They claim to have already called at least 75,000 people in Pennsylvania alone, and they hope to reach at least 375,000 voters.

Braynard said he has raised over $500,000 to fund this election integrity program, and he plans to crowdfund more money to keep the program going and to expand its reach.

Learn more about individual instances of election fraud in battleground states like Pennsylvania, and how Trump and his legal team are fighting to get these examples of fraud overturned, at

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