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Comment Re: US Post Office always secure. (Score 1) 454

And you're misunderstanding what I'm saying. Say you're a homeless person that doesn't vote, or hasn't in years. Someone decides to register for you. They sign the registration with your name. They use a homeless shelter or a Po box as your address. Then they collect the ballot and sign the same signature. Mail in the ballot and it's counted because the signatures match. You will have no idea that you even voted, because it's not even on your radar. It happens in nursing homes, homeless shelter, anywhere there's a population that has dropped off the radar.

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