Vote at home builds on the long-established absentee voting process. It facilitates extra layers of checks and balances to ensure the integrity of elections, including centralized risk-limiting audits and ballot tracking. Partisan actors and people unfamiliar with voting at home intentionally or unintentionally spread conflicting or confusing narratives about voting at home/voting by mail, voting an absentee ballot, or voting a "mail-in" ballot (for all intents and purposes, these are all the same process). As a nonpartisan national nonprofit, we offer the facts, assembled in a Q & A format for easy reference.
NVAHI Executive Director, Amber McReynolds, discusses how to “run free and fair elections” on NPR