"But yeah, sure...the mainstream media is correct...unsolicited vote-by-mail is 'totally safe'".
Some of the challenges are being fronted by legal teams working for President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden.
Maricopa County data show more Democrats have cast their ballots so far this election season than registered Republican voters.
According to Elections Saskatchewan, 61,412 residents have registered to vote by mail, shattering the previous record of 4,420, set in 2016. "You need to count all of the votes, and that's going to take some time".
Without providing evidence, Trump, who is trailing Biden in national polls and in key battleground states, has insisted that mail-in voting is prone to fraud. The agency is expecting about 500,000 absentee ballots overall this election.
More than 1.2 million British Columbians voted in-person on election day in 2017.
Dropboxes will be open for ballots until polls close at 8 p.m. on Election Day.
Trump maintains bank account in China, says NY Times
Chen runs an global consulting firm and reportedly has high-level connections to government and political elites in China. Trump announced in August that he wanted to offer tax incentives to U.S. companies to move their factories from China.
"In many jurisdictions, it takes a while to get to the results".
Pennsylvania and Wisconsin may be slowed by their lack of experience with high volumes of mail-in ballots.
That number largely surpasses previous elections.
Pennsylvania's vote counting could go on for days. The Iowa Supreme Court left in place a new Republican-backed law that will block county elections commissioners from mailing absentee ballots to thousands of requesters who submitted applications that were missing some information.
On election night in 2018, Arizona Republican Martha McSally appeared to be on the road to victory in the state's US Senate race, telling her supporters she was going "to bed with a lead of over 14 000 votes".
Hundreds of lawsuits about voting have been filed before the November 3 election.
By this time in 2018, Maricopa County had counted almost 487,000 ballots.