As with most good changes, there is an upfront investment required when states and jurisdictions move to primarily mail ballot voting, including new equipment, machinery, and other resources — but the cost savings show up quickly and are dramatic. When jurisdictions pool resources, those savings can be increased even further. Ultimately vote at home systems save taxpayers millions of dollars on average.
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