According to the New York City Board of Elections, two members of President Trump's family didn't have their votes counted last month during the mayoral election in New York City. Both Melania, Trump's wife, and Ivanka, Trump's daughter sent in absentee ballots, but neither was counted in the election.

Melania Trump's vote wasn't able to be counted because she didn't sign the envelope, which is one of the requirements for an absentee ballot sent to New York City, according to Valerie Vasquez, a member of the New York City Board of Elections. Ivanka Trump, on the other hand, missed her chance to participate in the election because she didn't send her ballot in until November 7, which was Election Day, so it wasn't counted by officials since it didn't arrive on time.

Unfortunately for the two Trump women, their votes did not count in that election and were deemed invalid by officials. However, it does look like it wouldn't have made a difference, as the Democratic candidate and now current mayor of New York City, Bill de Blasio, won by over 422,000 over the Republican candidate Nicole Malliotakis.

That's not all

In addition to Melania and Ivanka Trump being unsuccessful in voting in the New York City mayoral election, it's possible that the President himself was unsuccessful in casting his vote, though it has not been announced by election officials if his vote was counted or not.

It has been revealed, however, that President Trump filled out his birthdate incorrectly on his absentee ballot application, which may mean that his vote also was not counted.

He reportedly filled in his birthday as being in June rather than July. Combined with some other past mistakes made by the Trump family when it comes to elections, it's clear that they need to get their act together if they're going to continue their career in politics.

Past mistakes

In April 2016, during the Republican primary elections, two of President Trump's children weren't able to vote for him.

Both Ivanka and Eric Trump didn't register as Republicans in time to participate in that election, according to President Trump himself in an interview with Fox News.

Additionally, despite President Trump taking steps to eliminate voter fraud, it was found that his youngest daughter, Tiffany Trump, was registered to vote in two states, as was his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, who is married to Ivanka Trump. Although not related to him by blood, NBC News reported that President Trump's chief strategist, Steve Bannon, was also registered to vote in two states during the presidential election.