https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/March_1933_German_federal_election wrote:To ensure a Nazi majority in the vote, Nazi organisations also "monitored" the vote process. In Prussia, 50,000 members of the SS, SA and Der Stahlhelm were ordered to monitor the votes as so-called deputy sheriffs or auxiliary police (Hilfspolizei) in another decree by acting Interior Minister Hermann Göring.
But of course it's not about winning in court; it's about spreading FUD and undermining confidence in the election.
Election experts said first-time absentee voters are much more likely to make the kinds of mistakes that lead to rejected ballots. Studies also show that voters of color and young voters are more likely than others to have their ballots not count.
Most absentee or mail-in ballots are rejected because required signatures are missing or don't match the one on record, or because the ballot arrives too late.
If you're voting by mail for the first time this year, make sure you follow the directions carefully and get your ballot in early. I don't know if it's possible to request what signature they have on-file for you, but it might be worth checking whether it matches your current one.
I did have trouble with my signature once; it was after the summer I spent working as a store clerk, and signing my name a few dozen times a day resulted in my signature becoming quicker and scratchier. I got a letter notifying me that my signature didn't match the one they had on file and my ballot had been accepted provisionally; I filled out a form to confirm the new signature was mine and they counted my ballot. But that might not be how it works in your locale.
County Election Officials Contact Information -- includes links to the different county websites on where you can drop off your mail-in ballot
And the local page for Maricopa County polling places. There's nothing there yet; we're still two months out and, y'know, still in the midst of a pandemic, so I expect they're still hammering out the details.
The state intends to appeal, and this doesn't appear to set any precedent anywhere other than Georgia AFAICT. But expect a lot more suits in a lot more states and a lot of confusion. And don't expect to know the outcome of the election on Election Day.
I'm in favor of accepting ballots postmarked on Election Day but still recommend everybody get their ballots in early, because we don't know what's going to happen, what kind of ineptitude and foul play could mess this up.