Mail-in voting has become one of the hot topics for this coming election period and despite repeated warnings a plethora of sources and examples about its flaws in trustworthiness and a high potential for fraud, many leaders are still going forward with the practice.
But despite election experts giving mail-in voting the award for being the worst way to have a safe election, one reporter decided to test out just how unreliable it was. What he found was shocking.
As my colleague Nick Arama wrote earlier today, Georgia’s WRDW-TV’s Tony Dokoupil decided to test out what mail-in voting would look like by mailing in 100 “ballots” that mimicked both size, weight, and class, all from different locations and having them all sent to a P.O. Box that was to act as an official election location. A short time later he mailed 100 more.