I thought mail in voting was a good thing.
Mail-in voting helped bring about a new President. According to Democrats, Twitter Safety and Facebook executives (but I repeat myself), having mail-in balloting is a great way for Americans to have their voices heard, especially if it involves lowering or removing signature verifications and allowing ballots to be counted after the deadline. These processes are necessary because of the deadly pandemic sweeping the nation and ensures voter safety.
Amazon is facing a union vote. However, they have a different view of mail-in voting.
A spokeswoman for the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union declined to comment. Amazon declined to comment on its appeal but has said it believes the best approach to an election would be conducting it in person, saying it “provided the NLRB with a safe, confidential and convenient proposal for associates to vote on-site, which is in the best interest of all parties—associate convenience, vote fidelity and timeliness of vote count.”
If a politician opposes certifying election results you can expect companies like Amazon to not make campaign contributions. Objectors to certifying the election just wanted an audit of the vote in the states where questionable vote counts took place.
Hard to keep up with the rules around here.