A: No. As long as it was done with permission from the voter which is given by the signature. If the voter was careless, signed the ballot and left it laying around incomplete that's just being stupid. It's unethical and illegal for the green card holder to fill out and return the ballot without explicit instructions/permission by the rightful holder of the ballot.Question:
If a household has a US citizen (eligible voter) and a US green card holder (not eligible to vote), but the green card holder fills out and sends the ballot on behalf of the US citizen with the citizen providing no further input other than required signature(s) for mailing / dropping off the ballot, would you guys consider that voter fraud?
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But WTF? There are literally thousands of potential scenarios like this, I've heard many supposed cases of people receiving ballots for dead relatives or relatives that haven't lived at that address for years. Regardless of how the ballot was obtained, filling out and submitting a ballot that isn't yours without permission is the true voter fraud. Not the fact that the ballot was somehow inadvertently sent.