All registered voters receive a mail-in ballot unless they choose to opt out.
Then you sit at home, with your ballot and your Blue Book, and ponder your vote.
This can be dropped back into the mail up to a week before the election, or in one of the many ballot drop boxes around your town if it's less than one week out.
Once you get confirmation of that, you're done! You have voted.
All without leaving your house (unless you're me and take too long to make decisions).
Signatures are audited to ensure they match what's on file, and discrepancies are tracked down.
The entire system is monitored closely for any security flaws.
We still have in person voting for those who prefer or need that for any reason. But, despite our consistently high voter turnout, it isn't widely used and doesn't result in massive crowds or wait times.
It does not lead to "rampant fraud".
It is not more costly (it actually ends up saving money).
It is not "dangerous" or "impossible" or any of the other things that Republicans keep trying to say it is.
It allows people to make their voices heard, regardless of ability to leave their home or not.
It creates a culture of voting. When your home is where you vote, it also becomes a place where you talk about voting!
They are determined to use this #coronavirus crisis to silence our voices so they can retain power.
An all mail system of voting will take time to implement. Time that we have, but only if we act NOW.
Call every one of your representatives.
Do it now, and don't stop until we have national #MailinVoting, so everyone's voice can be heard.