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Should voting by mail be the standard in all US elections?
Voting by Mail
should be the standard in all US elections.
It would be more secure from hacking.
It would be more convenient having your ballot right in front of you and ready to be filled out while doing research.
Lowering the barriers to voting would enable more people to vote.
Studies have shown that Voting by mail can
save the local government as much as 40%
Not everyone has an address. Homeless individuals deserve a voice.
Voting by mail removes the concept of a secret ballot.
cost of running an all mail voting system
can cost just as much as a traditional voting system.
Vote by mail does not support blind voters. Voting machines in the polling place can accommodate blind voters and preserve their privacy.
People should not be confined to one type of voting but should have access to a variety of options so that they may choose which is most suitable to them.
Votes sent by mail could easily get lost in delivery.
Going to the polls is a tradition in America.
Voteing by mail can slow the vote counting process. Elections that allow the ballot to be valid if it is post marked by election day can delay the count by a few days.
Voting by mail provides greater opportunity for corruption.
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Combined Approval Voting is a better voting system than Approval Voting.