No matter party, a vote is important.
The Presidential 2016 election at one polling facility had a turnout of over 3400.
Social distancing and facial coverings are pandemic causes.
November is cold.
Voters cannot stand outside where turnouts are in large numbers.
Spread of COVID-19 and the safety at the polls must be considered for voters, poll workers, facility staff, and equipment.
Mail-in balloting has been portrayed as leading to fraud.
The mail is protected by federal law and the United States Postal Inspectors.
If a voter feels he/she will be safe and prefer voting in person so they can see their vote is in the ballot vote machine, this is a choice.
If a voter believes in the integrity of the mails, their vote is secure, and feels safer voting in this manner, this is a choice.
Whatever decision is made on how to cast a ballot, it is a democratic privilege and right which should and must be exercised.
Judge of Elections,