Mail-In ballots make voter fraud easy. I know because I did it. | Opinion

In 2011, the op-ed author tested the mail-in ballot system in Palm Beach County by filing three voter registration applications, listing three different names — Rebecca Bugle, Hannah Arendt and her own name. She later got back two notices, saying applications for Bugle and Menge could not be processed. But she also received a new voter information card for Hannah Arendt. “On the outside of the card, my mailman had circled the name and address and written a question mark in pencil. But he still put it in my mailbox,” writes Menge in her op-ed.(Courtesy of Margaret Menge)