Last Report: 11/20/2020
Source: Data provided by Pennsylvania Secretary of State’s office
Mail Ballots Returned: 2,629,672
|Party||Returned Ballots||Freq. Distribution||Requested Ballots||Return Rate|
|No Party Affiliation||283,673||10.8||336,175||84.4|
|Age||Returned Ballots||Freq. Distribution||Requested Ballots||Return Rate|
|18 to 24||207,343||7.9||260,758||79.5|
|25 to 34||335,123||12.7||408,961||81.9|
|35 to 44||316,058||12.0||378,792||83.4|
|45 and 55||317,369||12.1||378,236||83.9|
|56 and 65||489,481||18.6||568,509||86.1|
|66 and up||964,198||36.7||1,091,771||88.3|
Mail Ballots Rejected: 7,411
In the “All” mail ballot returned statistics, I add the mail ballots that are returned and accepted with the rejected ballots. Dividing the number of rejected by this quantity yields a rejection rate.
At this time I do not have party registration statistics for rejected ballots.
Pennsylvania election officials cannot begin to fully process mail ballots until Election Day. The few rejected ballots reported here are for first time voters who did not provide required id with their mail ballot or a missing signature.
|No Party Affiliation||336,175||10.9|
Pennsylvania registered Democrats have a 1,156,280 ballot request lead over registered Republicans.
|18 to 24||260,758||8.4|
|25 to 34||408,961||13.2|
|35 to 44||378,792||12.3|
|45 to 54||378,236||12.3|
|55 to 64||568,509||18.4|
|65 and up||1,091,771||35.4|