ICYMI: Adam Brandon on the Dangers of Widespread Voting by Mail in The Washington Times

WASHINGTON, D.C. — In response to the persistent myth that widespread voting by mail is safe and secure, Adam Brandon, FreedomWorks President, commented:

“Let me assure you, widespread voting by mail is undeniably a problem, despite having been largely ignored by the national news media … local news stories have been emerging across the country that tell an entirely different story—the true story. Each lost ballot deprives an American voter of their civil right, and to deny that this is a problem is tantamount to the same reported instances of voter suppression that so easily makes headlines …

“Simply put, concerns with widespread voting by mail are grounded in real stories that impact real people across the country. These stories can’t and should not be ignored. Any voter who wishes to see our elections remain free and fair ought to be equally concerned with elected officials’ push for widespread voting by mail.”

The opinion piece quoted here, “Mass Voting by Mail Presents Real Risks to Election Integrity,” can be read in full over at The Washington Times.