The following states mail a ballot to every single registered voter: California, Colorado, Hawaii, Nevada, New Jersey, Oregon, Utah, Vermont, Washington, Washington, DC. Most other states have voting by mail, but they are absentee ballots and require that the voter request the ballot.

Picture that you are a nurse’s aid working in a nursing home. You are responsible for the care of 200 patients with dementia. You have access to their names, dates of birth, and social security numbers. You register them to vote on the state website, and list the nursing home’s address as their home. You know, to help your residents vote. It’s their right, after all.

The ballots arrive by mail. You fill them out and mail them in. They all voted a straight Democrat ticket.

In the unlikely event that it is ever investigated, there isn’t a single one of them that can testify against you. They won’t remember a thing, at least not well enough to ever prove anything.

This is how the “register online” and “vote by mail” systems are ripe for voter fraud.

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Matthew · November 10, 2022 at 4:01 pm

I escaped from the Peoples Republik of Vermont in September of 2021. They still sent me a ballot to my new address in SC even though I unenrolled with my Town Clerk before I left.

Red · November 10, 2022 at 7:48 pm

Two of my Sisters work in Assisted Living with Memory Care and Hospice sections. One sister said Family would show up with ballots for the Memory Care/Hospice Patients. They got tossed as the Patients had their Names removed from the Voter Rolls when they entered those units. The other Sister said Family would show up with the Ballots already filled out. Just needed a signature. Sister said they are off the Rolls has they were declared unable to manage their affairs including voting. That PISSED many off.

Mike_C · November 10, 2022 at 9:24 pm

Why, a nursing home worker would NEVER do anything even vaguely unethical! Shame on you for thinking so. Shame!

Just read this story of a selfless nurse helping her patient!

anonymous coward · November 11, 2022 at 3:38 pm

It’s amazing to me, some states are still counting. Early voting should be all tabulated (and kept secret) before voting day. Voting day all are tabulated as they are ran through the voting machine in real time. The only thing left should be 1% of the ballots voted provisionally that mostly the voting staff could work through. Of that, 1%, maybe 5% – or a statistically non relevant amount, might need the canvassing board to look at. If it takes you four days to know who won at bingo, you might have a problem.

    Divemedic · November 11, 2022 at 3:44 pm

    Do you really think that the person in Arizona whose department counts the votes wouldn’t know what the “secret” count was? In this case, she also happens to be one of the candidates for governor.

Aesop · November 11, 2022 at 4:34 pm

Any address or phone number that reported more than three ballots should automatically be flagged for review by both parties’ pollwatchers, and embargoed uncounted as “suspect” until unanimously cleared.

The shenanigans of 400 people at one phone number or address would go away overnight.

But as most of TPTB where this is a problem directly benefit from such ballot-harvesting operations, it will never happen until inhibited by severe and acute cases of rope-neck.

Maybe I need to get a side gig in a nursing home every October. 😉

Brian_E · November 11, 2022 at 10:30 pm

That last paragraph:
This is how the “register online” and “vote by mail” systems are ripe for voter fraud.

Here -FIFY:
This is just one of the ways “register online” and “vote by mail” systems are ripe for voter fraud.

    Divemedic · November 11, 2022 at 10:33 pm

    True. I am sure there are ways to game this that have never occurred to me. But then again, I am not a dishonest bastard.

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