Attorney General William Barr blasted mail-in voting Thursday in Arizona, a state where about 80 percent of voters receive ballots in the mail.
Barr suggested mail-in ballots, used in much of the western U.S., are more vulnerable to intimidation and coercion than in-person voting, The Associated Press reported.
“The government and the people involved can find out and know how you voted. And it opens up the door to coercion,” Barr said.
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