9/17: Citing the possibility that the US may leave an international mail agreement, election officials are recommending that overseas voters send their absentee ballots early.
9/11: After a voter fraud scandal, voting-by-mail dropped by two-thirds in North Carolina's Ninth District.
6/30: Oregon approved a bill that will ensure all ballots have paid postage on them.
6/28: Hawaii has approved a bill that will have all registered voters casting ballots via mail, with all voters receiving ballots 18 days prior to elections.
6/25: Former Hoboken city council candidate Francis Raia was convicted of masterminding a voter bribery scheme utilizing the mail.
6/22: A private investigator was tasked with looking into charges that mail-in ballot fraud occurred during the last election in Colorado City.
6/4: The District of Columbia is considering a bill that would grant voting rights to incarcerated felons and expand vote-by-mail options.
6/4: Atlantic City's 4th Ward is questioning 60 ballots in their latest election.
5/20: Law enforcement is investigating claims that Councilman Harry Kumburis went door-to-door seeking mail-in ballots after polls closed on election day.
5/20: In response to Cedar Grove councilman Harry Kumburis attempting to collect vote-by-mail ballots after the polling places closed, New Jersey lawmakers are proposing a law that would ban the practice.