There is no need to suppress voting everywhere to address purported wide-scale fraud that never existed anywhere.
Fortunately, there is strong medicine for this sickness in our body politic — and it requires only three shots to administer.
It also removes the requirement that an ID be shown to request an absentee ballot for registered voters, who may provide a signature instead.
For example, in Minnesota, current law requires mail-in ballots be received by 8 p.m. on Election Day, but S.1 would deem ballots postmarked by Election Day to be valid and requires they be counted if delivered to election officials within 10 days of the election. And, in Pennsylvania, the For the People Act would help reduce delays in counting mail-in ballots by requiring the commonwealth to begin pre-processing mail-in ballots received during the early-voting period.