I have been voting by mail for years and strongly recommend it to all qualified electors. When my ballot arrives in the mail, I open it, scan all the candidates, amendments and propositions that I will be asked to cast my vote for or against, and then I store it in a safe place while I do my research.
I save campaign materials and log onto candidate and voter information web pages. As election day draws near, I sit at the kitchen table with all my collected materials and my laptop and start to cast my votes.
Signing, sealing and putting a stamp on the outer envelope before dropping it in a mailbox couldn't be easier. However, I prefer to take my ballot to a polling location on election day because I like getting my "I Voted" sticker. One huge bonus: You don't have to wait in any long lines when dropping off a completed mail-in ballot.
No hanging chads. No possible hacking of electronic voting machines. No surprises at the polling booth. What a great system!
Salt Lake City