SANDUSKY — President Donald Trump continues to deride the legitimacy of mail-in voting, but Ohio's senators and representatives, Republicans and Democrats, have faith in the system.
Millions of Americans mail in their ballots each year, and with the COVID-19 pandemic requiring many people to stay at home, experts expect the number will only increase this year.
Trump, who faces re-election against former Vice President Joe Biden, has questioned the integrity of mail-in voting. He said he didn't support funds to the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) because it would make mail-in voting easier.
"He's trying to rig the election system by dismantling the postal service," said Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio. "He has to fix the image he has done to the postal service that could jeopardize this election."
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