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Letter: Trump has every right to be concerned about mail-in voting

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President Donald Trump speaks during a news conference at the White House, Wednesday, Aug. 19, 2020, in Washington.

Evan Vucci, Associated Press

Recently, you published an article titled “Despite the political postal panic, Utah officials say voting by mail is safe, successful” (August 19).

You pointed out how well Utah has successfully done its mail-in voting. Unfortunately, I would say the majority of the country is not as efficient.

Putting the nation’s election of the presidency in question by putting our faith in the majority of the states doing it right is very unwise and irresponsible. Especially since they may have never done it the way Utah has. And especially since Dr. Fauci says that voting in person is as safe as going to the supermarket. I find it disturbing that your article did not reiterate that.

The president, along with others, has every right to be concerned about possible fraudulent voting.

David Gonzalez

Provo