Editor’s note: The article was originally published on November 5, 2020, Hong Kong time. At that time, most of the swing states in the U.S. election had not completed the counting of votes, but the lead in several swing states had shifted from Trump (Donald Trump) to worship. (Joe Biden) Text: Leung Kai Chi Seven questions, I hope to help you. 1) Do you have mail-in ballots? Isn't it easy to fake on-site voting?
Mail-in ballots have been used in the United States for many years, and this year's election has become more popular because of the epidemic. To photo background removing explain whether mail-in ballots are likely to be fraudulent, we must first explain the specific practices of mail-in ballots. Because of the various cases in various villages, the following is an example of Minnesota. 1) First, you will apply to an election official to vote by mail. 2) You will receive three envelopes with one ballot buried. 3) You will place your completed ballot paper in the first envelope. This envelope is not enough, it is only used to help you keep your ballot secret. 4) After that you have to drop the first envelope into the second envelope.
This envelope has a unique barcode on it, which represents your identity. You seal the envelope and sign the space on it. 5) Because the second envelope has your personal information, to protect you, the second envelope should be re-inserted into the third envelope. This envelope has the address of the Registration and Electoral Office, you just need to put it in the mailbox. 1_fZt0OefbqB8W-PJnCRoXpg_(1) Image credit: League of Women Voters of Minnesota After receiving your three-layer envelope, the Registration and Electoral Office will perform the following actions in sequence: 1) Open the outermost envelope and take out the middle envelope. 2) Scan the barcode of the middle envelope with the computer to confirm that the envelope and the voter exist.