I voted on the first day of early voting, as soon as the polls opened.
The reason I did that was because when the new voter’s registration cards were mailed out, neither mine or my husbands arrived and I had to get duplicates resent to us. I have no way of knowing what happened to the originals or what hands they might have ended up in. Since we don’t have to show ID if we have that card, anybody could have used them to steal our votes. So I was there when the polls opened to prevent that from happening .... in the primaries, the run-offs, and the general election.
Good point, and I’ve thought about that, too.
But can you imagine how powerful your story about your ballot being stolen would be against the inane “voter suppression” arguments? Surely they’d let you vote provisionally after comparing your signature on your I.D. And then, the prosecution could start.