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To the editor:

I think you can agree that the November election is coming at a critical point in the history of our country, and I firmly believe that an educated public is an engaged public.  

In an effort to educate the public about both sides of the current hot-button issue of mail-in voting, and in the interest of public security for the upcoming election, I am requesting that your newspaper reprint the attached article from the New York Post, dated Aug. 29.  

This article points out how relatively simple it is for fraud to be perpetrated with widespread mail-in voting.

There is currently a tremendous push by Democrats to change voter laws. One that was just changed under Democratic control of Virginia’s General Assembly, and which became law on July 1 of this year, was the elimination of having to present a photo ID for voting. 

I cannot believe that once good, honest people are made aware of why the Democrats are pushing so strongly for changes to voter laws, that they will remain complacent about allowing these efforts to continue and will engage their representatives in meaningful debate on election security.

Confessions of a voter fraud: I was a master at fixing mail-in ballots

Thank you for your consideration.  

Shelia Bradley

Halifax