There is ample data that when implemented well, voting at home can help enfranchise many voters who often encounter barriers to in-person voting, as well as increasing turnout across demographics. It is crucial that any mailed-out ballot voting system includes elements like in-person voting options and robust voter education to address the real issues — both partisan and procedural — that can make an otherwise good system not perform equitably for underserved communities.
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