I think the biggest threat to mail in voting is out and out fraud, not the postal service.
The biggest threat is Trump. Hands down.
For one, I believe voting should be anonymous and mail in voting empowers the authorities to collect data on voting habits of families and individuals.
Here, when doing in person voting you get a ballot. The ballot has a number on it. That number is associated with your name. The data is all there already. Additionally when you do vote the fact that you voted is recorded and becomes a public record.
I have noticed liberals seem to be unconcerned with points such as this and trust the government to manage their lives more than conservatives believe the government should be trusted and given that sort of potential power for abuse.
That's a generalization based on misinformation that you've chosen to believe. Republicans want government intrusion in to the most private parts of our lives. Democrats generally want the government to manage inspections of food, drugs, and health services to ensure safety and so we can relax a bit when it comes to those things. Republicans want the market to regulate itself counting on people dying, getting injured, getting sick, as a deterrent to harmful products and services.
I'm not seeing the posts of some of the more obnoxious posters on this site so don't waste your time responding to me if you're one of those...
How would he know if you've blocked him? Do you tell everyone "hey, here's my list of people I've blocked" - because if you do, I haven't seen it. I guess I'll find out if you respond to this!