Webb: Says mail-in voting safe and secure

Posted 8/4/20

Vote by mail, why not?

You have to be a registered voter to receive a ballot-by-mail. After filling it out, you have to sign your ballot. Your signature is then verified with the signature that is …

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Webb: Says mail-in voting safe and secure

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Vote by mail, why not?

You have to be a registered voter to receive a ballot-by-mail. After filling it out, you have to sign your ballot. Your signature is then verified with the signature that is on file. If there is a discrepancy, you will be contacted for confirmation. I’ve been doing it for years. It’s simple.

Absentee ballot vs. ballot-by-mail in ... you still have the checks and verification.

Several states have a website where you can follow the handling of your ballot. I think every state should have a website available. You can virtually track your vote to verify it has reached the Secretary of State’s office.

Paper ballots leave a paper trail that can be recounted if necessary. Paperless voting by computers can be hacked by outside evil Communist people that hate America.

I don’t have to stand in line for hours to place my vote. I will have my ballot in the mail the day after I receive it. This ensures it gets to the polls in plenty of time to be counted. My ballot will not give me the virus.

Vote by mail, why not?

R. Webb
Sun City West

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