Election safeguards make it impossible to have more ballots than registered voters. Claims that say otherwise are false.
It is impossible for a state to count more votes than there are eligible voters. Charts showing otherwise are attempting to mislead the public by displaying fabricated figures. Below is an accurate chart of the number of registered voters and the current vote counts (as of 11/4 at 3:30pm ET) in key battleground states.
Note: Nevada, Minnesota, and Wisconsin have same day voter registration. These additional new voter registrations will take time to be reflected in the state files.
Every state has robust procedures in place to ensure that each voter only gets a single vote in an election. Mailed ballots, for instance, are designed with numerous security features, such as personalized barcodes, to guarantee that only one ballot is cast per person. As a final check, election results are certified by someone other than the election officials themselves to provide assurance that the results are correct.