“Voting by Mail in the Age of Coronavirus: A Good Idea, but Not a Total Solution”

Matt Weil of BPC:

First, local administrators will need major technology upgrades and staff trainings. Some states do very little voting by mail and would have a difficult task of ramping up without these quick investments. In 2018, 31 states saw fewer than 15% of their voters cast ballots by mail. In those states alone, shifting from 15% voting by mail to 100% voting by mail could mean 70 million more ballots in the mail system this November.

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