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Voters of color in Florida, Georgia face higher rates of ballot rejection

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Mail ballots from voters of color in two battleground states, Georgia and Florida, are being flagged for errors and seeing higher rates of rejection. NBC News political reporter Jane Timm breaks down how election officials are trying to "cure" the disproportionate ballots errors.