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Tamara Wilhite says
I agree. I signed up for an early mail in ballot almost 10 years ago and every election since then my wife & I have received our ballots in the mail at home, have marked our voting preferences and mailed our ballots back.
Lolita Monroe says
Thanks for your comment. However, many people in this economy are part time or temporary employees paid hourly and they generally not paid for holidays. This could hurt the working poor.
Karen Hellier says
Thanks for your comment. However, what is preventing these people from registering to vote by mail?
Then we need something like the checks and balances that the state of Nevada uses to ensure that the casinos are not cheating.
So that would mean for presidential elections, there should only be one machine type and they all use the same sw.
Immigrants can't legally vote until they become a citizen. When they become a citizen they receive a certificate of citizenship which is sufficient ID. When my wife became a citizen she & others were able to register to vote at on the spot.
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Kathleen Cochran says
Voter fraud is a problem and registering on election day makes fraud easier. Registration drives often take place during election years in malls & public places & if a person can't take 2 minutes to sign up at a mall how serious a voter are t
@Chuck, there is no voter fraud at all. That is a false reason.
I so agree with you.
How do you know for sure there is no voter fraud, when we can't verify and validate who is voting. What is wrong with Voter id? My local library requires more time and information to get a library card.
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