Shorthand name used by election administrators to describe a centeral weakness of voting by mail.
Granny farming is a term that refers to the collection of absentee ballots at the senior citizen centers.
People affiliated with political campaigns “help” elders vote absentee.
Voters in nursing homes are subjected to subtle pressure, outright intimidation, or fraud.
The secrecy of their voting is easily compromised, and their ballots can be intercepted both coming and going.
See also: Dorothy Effect