Here is a pie chart showing how the 3,182 provisional ballots cast in Shelby County, Tennessee were processed.
About half the people weren't even registered to vote in Tennessee.
11%, or one person out of nine voting by the provisional procedure, was able to have his or her vote counted successfully, which is good, especially after the somewhat confusing and delayed reapportionment process required every ten years.
But 11%, also one person out of nine, tried to vote twice. I hope the names of those people have been submitted to the District Attorney General for review of whether the people were just somewhat mentally incompetent or were actually attempting to commit voter fraud.
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