The 2020 Election Information, all of it, paper ballots, machine data, tally sheets, public records, cast vote records, every bit of it is slated for destruction in early September.
This is the most controversial election since the Civil War, and it should all be preserved for posterity. For historians, for courts where lawsuits are still being argued, for our children and grandchildren to read about, and research. This was one of the most momentous occurrences of recent history, and must be preserved.
It’s paramount that everyone contact their election officials, state officials, lawmakers and the judiciary branch to get these records preserved.