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When Governor DeSantis can rebuild a destroyed road faster than some states can count ballots, there is good reason to question the process.

Commentary by Editor-in-Chief R. Mitchell. Editorial cartoon by Tom Stiglich (@TStig822).

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Tom Stiglich

Starting at a young age Tom Stiglich fell in love with cartooning. This lifelong endeavor has landed Stiglich in the most prominent papers such as The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, USA Today, TIME Magazine and more.

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  1. Most people know that dozens of states altered their election systems in 2020, because of COVID, to allow massive absentee balloting, unsupervised “drop boxes” and ballot harvesting. In most cases this was done without the required constitutional approval of the state legislators. However, few people know that there are know eight states that have 100% mail in voting. These states use so called “signature verification” where untrained ordinary poll workers match signatures and have the power to discard ballots if they say signatures don’t match. How many signatures have you seen that are illegible or do your own signatures always match? In Oregon, for example Republican Joe Kent has apparently lost because thousands of his votes (more than he lost by) have been set aside. This is a horrible system that essentially can have any vote discarded on the basis of an inexpert opinion and then the voter then must prove that his/her own vote is valid and it can take weeks for signatures to be verified. Talk about “voter suppression”! It’s no wonder that there is little confidence in our voting systems anymore. We were far better served with paper ballots and single day elections. That’s have national holiday and one day voting and absentee voting only for those with a valid reason that they can’t vote in person.

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