Israel Allows No Votes by Mail Except Overseas Diplomats by Absentee Ballots the Military Votes at Bases Perfect Sense


As they like to say in Israel, “when votes travel they tend to change,” so Israel doesn’t allow voting by mail except for diplomats stationed out of the country, while the military casts their ballots on the bases, not by mail, certainly fostering election integrity, the U. S. should emulate.