> Seth B Wrote:
> Here in WA we have mail in voting. When our current governor came to be,
> he lost the election. It was close, so they did a recount. Three times.
> Finally, somewhere in a back room someone found several barrels, or
> buckets of mailed in votes. It was enough to put him over the top. This
> is roughly how I remember it, and I don’t recall all the exact details.
> I was living in KY at the time, and hadn’t lived in WA for several
> years, but that’s the gist of it. But it sure is suspicious.
> We are a deeply divided state, west vs east, dem vs rep, urban vs rural;
> no surprise. I’ve lived all of the above at some point. But it’s no
> secret that I lean right, and I try to remain educated in spite of my
> influences. WA’s Mail-in voting is badly broken. I know people who have
> received ballots for other people. Dead people. This past Primary, on
> the outside of the mailing envelope you had to check what party you were
> voting for and could only vote for candidates in that party, or your
> ballot would be void! If there was only one candidate in that party,
> it’s obvious who you voted for! So, if I was to check “Republican” on
> the outside of the envelope, then I must have voted for Trump, right?-
> see the problem? What happens in an extremely blue region when a tired,
> disgruntled election worker sees Trump votes? It’s too plausible. I hate
> our current political system, but feel myself drawn to it nonetheless.
> It’s in my blood, literally. I don’t think broken things can’t be fixed,
> and I actively try to make positive change in my community. But until it
> IS fixed, we shouldn’t use it. We’ll just break it worse. Don’t keep
> ignoring that air leak, or you’ll seize!
Dims want mail-in, which SHOULD say the whole reason behind their wanting it is to steal an election.
Mail-in is weak because of no voter verification. Dims love that! Vote often is their message......LOL!