We do not have to do everything, but we all have to do something.
1. If you get a mail-in-ballot and are going in to vote in person, do not open the ballot.
Take a picture of the unopened ballot.
Take the ballot with you to the polls but leave it in the car.
If you are told you have already voted, this means someone has voted for you and used your name. Politely note the workers name from their badge and step outside to call your sheriff.
(Put your sheriff's number on your phone--NOW!).
Tell the sheriff your name and that you have a problem with Identity Theft. Some one has used your name to vote.
Give them the name of the person you talked to and explain what happened.
When they arrive you can show them your unopened ballot and the sheriff can go inside and talk with the poll worker.
Be polite and respectful.
2. While you are in the voting booth, look at your Bluetooth to see (and take Picture) of which voting machines are connected to the internet
3. Preserve evidence, Gather evidence. We mus