The St. Johnsbury Town Clerk can’t prove vote-by-mail fraud has happened or will happen. The problem is that there’s virtually no oversight. There’s just no way to know.
“According to St. Johnsbury Town Clerk Stacy Jewell, there are no IDs required to register to vote, and so not everyone has a signature on record to compare against ballots that are mailed back. Furthermore, it’s not a routine practice to check signatures to see if they match. “No, we don’t [check]” she said. There are other problems. Vermont’s voter rolls are flooded with the names of people who have moved away or died. Jewell said that presents challenges for operating a vote-by-mail election. “If the mail gets forwarded and they’ve moved to another state and we don’t know it, we may not know any difference,” she said. Asked if St. Johnsbury had any cases of vote-by-mail voter fraud during the previous election, Jewell replied, “Not that we would know. Like I said, you’re not gonna know.”"
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