Concerning voting by mail, I recall a number of years ago we had to put our thumbprints on checks when we cashed them. We should do the same for any mail-in ballots. On the envelope in which you certify the ballot, the person should put their thumbprint.

This would allow for easy verification if there is a question about an individual ballot, as well as a quick means to audit mail-in ballots. You have to sign the envelope, just add your print to it.

Gesualdo Schneider

Middlesex

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