Just because mail-in voting didn’t work well in our county in 2017 doesn’t mean we should automatically reject it. The entire state of Oregon, one-third of the counties of Colorado, and other counties in Utah have successful mail-in voting systems. We need to reach out to these counties and learn from their best practices. I also would continue to maintain voting service centers where citizens can interact with election officials in person and cast their ballots through early voting and on Election Day. As long as we can confidently meet the criteria of security, secret ballots, and affordability, County Clerks should do everything in their power to increase access to voting.