6 Myths About Mail-In Voting Debunked – NBC Los Angeles

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6 Myths About Mail-In Voting Debunked – NBC Los Angeles

The Myth: Mail-in polls lead to fraud and abuse

You may have seen allegations of widespread email voting fraud that was tweeted and retweeted by President Trump. However, there is little or no evidence to support this. In this section of "The Myth," NBCLX's Chase Cain took the action, exposing the truth about postal ballot papers and how rare polling fraud actually is.

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The myth: Mail-in coordination as a backup plan

Our democracy is no accident; We are in a solid long-term relationship. Experts suggest that the best time to decide on a voting plan was last year and the next best time is today. Chase Cain explains why email voting shouldn't be just a backup plan and why states need to be prepared for an increase in postal votes due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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A backup plan might work for relationships, but when it comes to presidential elections, experts say it's not a good idea. NBCLX's Chase Cain explains why email voting shouldn't be a backup plan and why states must now prepare for a postal vote increase due to COVID-19.

The myth: mail-in voting gives democrats an edge

There is evidence that voting by mail does not really favor either party.
Chase Cain debunks the myth that mail-in votes favor the Democratic Party, as evidenced by all Republican congressmen who won all-mail elections. Which party makes up the majority of the mail-in votes in swing states? The answer may surprise you.

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The myth: choosing burglars

The US attorney general warns of intruders. Sounds scary, doesn't it? Chase Cain reveals how these claims are myth rather than fact, or, as election officials like to call them, "nonsense". And if there is any uncertainty, it is important to note that there is no evidence that paper votes can be hacked at all.

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The attorney general warns of intruders. Sounds scary, doesn't it? But, as NBCLX Chase Cain found out, these choice-boogie men are more fantasy than fact.

The myth: Missing postal ballot papers

Missing ballots would be terrifying. But Chase Cain explains that missing postal ballots isn't really a problem. Experts suggest that many voters receive a ballot and then either don't vote or cast it incorrectly. Does this mean the ballot has disappeared? No.

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The Myth: The US Postal Service is supposed to be profitable

The United States Post Office … Business? President Trump beat up the U.S. Postal Service for losing money. However, the USPS is not a for-profit corporation, but an essential service to our democracy, like the military and local fire departments.

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