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The root issue at play is the drive by several states to begin "All-Mail Voting". Instead of visiting polling places to vote, registered voters would be mailed ballots to be sent back. From the article on All-Mail Voting on Ballotpedia Five states – Colorado, Hawaii, Oregon, Utah, and Washington – conduct what are commonly referred to as all-mail ...


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TL;DR: USPS is currently facing major financial issues due to an unsustainable model and struggles to work as it is. Additional load from mail-in ballots would definitely add to the problem. First thing: how many voters can we expect? According to PennState University: Around 138 million Americans voted in the 2016 presidential election. From Business ...


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