Daily blog: It’s January 30th, 2021, and the first thing on the to-do list for our state representatives should be a bill to make sure elections in the future are not stolen.
They can do this by having a system that looks like this:
1 – Voter identification. There is no reasonable argument to be made against voter identification. Most Americans already have an identification card of some type. Plus, you can get one at your local Department of Motor Vehicles.
2 – Hand-marked paper ballots with random numbers at the top and a scribble box at the bottom. The voter could then have their ballot scanned and a copy given to them. After voting ends, each voter could enter the random number online to view it. If there is a discrepancy, they could come forward and challenge it with their copy.
3 – No universal mail-outs. Absentee voters would need to request the same type of ballot as above. And voters must have them postmarked ten days before the election.
4 – The memory disk stays locked on voting scanners until all precincts have closed. These machines will not be wired into the internet.
The pros of this system are:
Saves taxpayers money by removing the line of fraudulent voting machines which pump data out in real-time.
If the power goes out, a small generator can power up the voting scanners and emergency lights for a precinct.
Absentee votes have to be in before election day, eliminating late-night mail dumps.
The cons of this system are:
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