Anybody else uncomfortable with the concept of “early voting” in the first place?
Seems like you create a larger opportunity to commit voter fraud.
I’d like to see a study that compares early voting with ‘above 100%’ voter participation and see if there is a correlation.
For example, last election there were counties in Ohio that had more votes than eligible voters. I wouldn’t be surprised if this was widespread in areas that participate in early voting.
All these vote counters are "politically connected" folks.
I sure am. Whatever happened to ELECTION DAY!! Quick get those votes in before the next debate where he shows us what an idiot he is for a second time.
What is involved in obtaining an absentee ballot?
Do you just simply ask for and receive one?
Is ID required to obtain one? (probably not)
Is name and address verified when the ballot is sumitted?
How easy would it be to request several for “my invalid grandparents, out of state college student, etc.?”
What happens to these ballots once they are mailed in?
Who KEEPS them until election day?
For that matter, where are they stored and where are early vote ballots stored?
I’m in favor of early voting, but only for ONE DAY before election day, preferably the Saturday before election day.