There's talk about vote-by-mail being fraudulent. In 1983, vote-by-mail for special elections began. In 1991, registered voters could apply for ongoing absentee mail-in ballots. In 2011, vote-by-mail became a mandate & Washingtonians lost the right to in person poll voting.
Poll voting is the type of voting where a legal registered voter casts their vote at a polling place, in person with identification, on Election Day. Your polling place is assigned based on your residential address. Your name will be on a roster at your polling place. Polling places are typically schools, community centers, churches, and other public facilities. Volunteers at the decentralized precinct level operate the polling places. You tend to get to know volunteers over time and this makes for excellent community involvement and relations.
"The major fear is now hacking, and more voices now urge a return to paper ballots."
What's the Best Way to Verify Votes?
"Former Washington gubernatorial candidate Dino Rossi [possibly] won his election. He was certified the winner of the 2004 election. Twice. But the closest gubernatorial election in United States history was flipped through shenanigans during the recount."
"And I think that what we have to remember, if we start with the rule, that every vote should count, then we do what is necessary to count every vote." -Gregoire's attorney Jenny Durkan (current Mayor of Seattle)
What happened to counting every legal vote? Is this possible error the reason Rossi lost the election?
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