Election integrity

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Election integrity is a goal of the Republican Party with increasing priority. It includes these principles:

  • in-person voting with only narrow exceptions
  • ban on hackable voting systems
  • complete traceability of ballots to ensure their integrity
  • purging of voter rolls to exclude those who have moved or are deceased
  • voter ID

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2021 state legislative initiatives

Forty-three states, including Georgia, have together introduced over 250 bills to restrict voting access after the 2020 election as of Friday, according to the Brennan Center for Justice. The measures limit mail-in voting, impose stricter voter identification requirements, purge voter rolls, and make voter registration more difficult, according to the Center.[1]

Example

Elections in Israel are all conducted in-person, without any mail-in or electronic voting. No machines are used and ID is required. Elections are conducted entirely on one day only, and every voter is limited to casting his ballot at the polling place of his residence. Poll monitors are fully allowed to further reduce the possibility of fraud.

Poll workers are staffed by 4 randomly chosen attendance, and each polling place receives at most only 800 votes, so opportunities for fraud are thereby further reduced.

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