There simply is no evidence of significant voter fraud. Nor is there evidence that mail in voting favors one party or the other. One investigative reporter informs us that vote by mail hurts dems as there is a disproportional number of errors on ballots in lower income groups, which results in more ballots being tossed in the spoiled pile. https://www.gregpalast.com/rush-to-vote-by-mail-could-cost-dems-the-election/ Here’s what the “Go Postal” crowd doesn’t tell you: In 2016, 512,696 mail-in ballots—over half a million—were simply rejected, not counted. That’s official, from the federal Elections Assistance Commission (EAC). If anything, Republicans should welcome absentee balloting, as a number of states have been doing it for years, without issues. I've voted by mail for years, myself, it's convenient, no waiting in lines, etc., plus the fact that I can look up issues and ballot measures, gather information on the many down ballot candidates that I wasn't aware were on the ballot, researching them on the internet while I'm casting my ballot. Mail voting is really the way to go. Dems are for more democracy, it seems repubs don't like it when more people vote.