There is the risk of coercion when people get overly involved in "helping" other people vote.
There is a line that should not be stepped over when assisting others with their constitutional right to vote.
Voting should be private and anonymous.
No system is perfect but lowering the bar for the benefit of some who are just too lazy to go vote is a mistake.
Early voting in person checks all the boxes for fairness, easy access and the most accurate results.
#116 | Posted by BillJohnson
Oh so you can draw a bar for too lazy but not a bar for too stupid? Should someone who beleives in Qanon be able to vote, while someone who's too poor to easily get to the polls shouldn't be?
Helping people vote is not coercion idiot. Making it harder for them to vote sure is a way to cheat democracy though.
Nice of a republican to openly admit you dont want people to be able to easily vote. Most of you are smart enough not to say that out loud.