The 2020 election certainly highlighted many controversies with the election system in the United States. Whether the validity of certain election results will ever be settled or not is an unknown at this time. However, the results of the 2020 race have put the spotlight on many of the challenges involved in arriving at honest election results.
The area that is most vulnerable to election fraud is the voter registration lists. This has been an area that has been most susceptible to fraud. It was for this reason that in 1993 Congress passed the National Voter Registration Act which mandates the all-important voter list maintenance obligations. The Act was enacted for two different goals.
The first was to “increase the number of eligible citizens who register to vote, enhancing their “participation in elections for Federal Office.”
The second was to “protect the integrity of the electoral process, ensuring that accurate and current voter rolls are maintained.”