In Oregon, where elections are conducted entirely by mail, officials combat fraud by verifying voters' signatures. When citizens first register to vote, they sign a registration card. For every election after that, voters only have to sign the back of their ballot's envelope and mail it in. Officials compare the ballot signature to the one on the registration card to make sure the correct person voted. Produced by Michael Ciaglo/News21

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