The Coercion Issues of Vote By Mail

There isn’t much hard data on the coercion issues of vote by mail, though with states adopting new absentee voting policies, that may change, and we may start to see some interesting things. In the meantime, there’s a very interesting collection of vote-by-mail fraud incidents reported regularly on the No Vote By Mail blog. I recommend it. Especially to people who think voter coercion is reserved for third-world countries and pseudo-dictatorships.

4 thoughts on “The Coercion Issues of Vote By Mail

  1. Ben, a few years ago, working with the National Commission, I interviewed party activists in Oregon. Activists in both parties detailed how they participated in (fairly small scale) attempts to tamper with about-to-be-mailed ballots by supporters of the other party.

  2. Ben, a few years ago, working with the National Commission, I interviewed party activists in Oregon. Activists in both parties detailed how they participated in (fairly small scale) attempts to tamper with about-to-be-mailed ballots by supporters of the other party.

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