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Voting In America in the Era of the Pandemic

An Ohio voter drops off her ballot at the Board of Elections in Dayton, Ohio on April 28, 2020. - On March 17, 2020 Governor Mike DeWine and Ohio Department of Health Director Amy Acton delayed Ohio primaries over coronavirus concerns. The primaries were changed exclusively to a vote-by-mail system to reduce chances of virus spread. (Photo by Megan JELINGER / AFP) (Photo by MEGAN JELINGER/AFP via Getty Images)

US Elections Concept – United States Flag and Vote Badges 3D Illustration

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Having watched the events transpire in the last 2 weeks, people don’t appear to be that afraid of the Coronavirus. The left seems to be quite content in letting hundreds of thousands of people protest and riot throughout our major cities, with total disregard for social distancing. So hopefully this farce of mandatory mail in voting ends. There has been multiple stories about the number of registered people being greater than the actual population. You asks how this is possible. People move and the voting rolls are not updated. So they plan on sending out a voting form for everybody on those rolls. Currently people have to request a mail in vote form if they can’t make it to the polls (absentee voting). So what will happen to all these unused forms. In the past some have been thrown away, but they have also been filled out and mailed in. So now you may have the same person voting twice or even more if they moved and registered several times. All this is happening without the person being aware of it. It is just too easy for fraudulent activities to occur.

There also seems to be a problem with IDs for voting. Voting is one of the most important things we can do as private citizens to protect our way of life. We use IDs for just about everything else, why not voting. What is the left afraid of?

Back to absentee voting. Most people thanks to smart phones now have access to the internet. Why not do voting online, you can use ID number to verify your identity, plus that number can be tracked to make sure it is not being used more than once. It is electronic, so thereby eliminating errors and excuses to throw away cards that have “errors” or that really may cause your candidates to lose the election. Can anybody remember the case of the problems with chads in Florida. Florida was a key state in that presidential election. Jeb Bush was the governor at the time. George W. Bush won the election because he won that state. It happened the next time he ran for office, but now a northern state was involved.

To see further examples of voter fraud you can go back to the 1920’s and pretty much and decade after that to find fraudulent voting activities. We have the technology to keep our voting process honest, please lets take advantage of these tools. Don’t let the left rob us of this most important role in keeping America Great.

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