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EXCLUSIVE: Delaware Felon Ballot Harvesting Operation Run By Advocacy Groups

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Advocacy groups are delivering voter registration forms and absentee ballot applications to inmates in Delaware prison, according to multiple corrections officers who have come forward with the information to NATIONAL FILE. 

All types of prisoners including felons are getting handed the paperwork even though felons in prison are not allowed to vote in the state of Delaware.

“A whole bunch of bags came in,” said one corrections officer. “We got bags in prison of ballot requests that look like voter registration forms.”

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The corrections officer provided copies of the forms that are being delivered to the prisoners. The forms are Absentee Ballot Requests & Registration Forms. The corrections officer said that “advocate groups” are delivering the forms to the prison. “We’re supposed to give these out to the prisoners,” said one corrections officer.

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HERE ARE THE FORMS BEING HANDED OUT TO DELAWARE PRISON INMATES

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