Oregon has conducted its elections by mail since voters approved Measure 60 in 1998. Since then voter turnout in Oregon has been among the highest in the nation and there has been little—if any—serious incidents of fraud.
More states are considering conducting their elections with mailed ballots in the wake of COVID-19, amid the need for social distancing. Images of people standing in line to vote at a polling site is unsettling. Wisconsin . . .