Let’s go back to paper ballots that can be physically looked at for recounts. Also, go to total FREE mail in or drop off at a voting mailbox. The ballots would be mailed out at least three weeks BEFORE the election date (when it’s due to be in a mailbox or voting box). The mailing address can be a street or box, as long the person can show they live within the voting area. Voters are allowed to vote at their leisure when they have time without having to go outside of their homes. If for some reason they can’t live in their home, e.g., damage to their home from a hurricane or fire or tornado, they can either have their ballot forward to where they’re receiving their mail currently or go to their local elections office, so they can vote. Voting by mail stops intimidation at the polling place, long lines, the high cost of maintaining outdated machines that are vulnerable to hacking with no paper trail backup, paying people to sit at the polls for days, finding polling places, fits with busy lifestyles, and a way to trace each voter’s ballot with a different QR reader identifier on each ballot (voter keeps a stub with the same identifier to go online to the election website to follow their ballot and see that their vote is counted how they voted). The ballot is returned in a inner security envelope, and then inserted into an outer envelope with the postage-paid return address to the election office. The voter needs to sign, date, and give a way to contact (email and/or phone #) contact them if there is a question about their ballot.