California mailed ballots to every registered voter this year because of the pandemic. Everyone must sign their ballot envelopes for their votes to be counted, and the signatures must be verified. But the verification system’s not perfect. Signatures can change over time and maybe people sign in a hurry.
Mail-in ballot signatures: Verifying them is complicated
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