Just a short time ago, the Gallatin County Commissioners approved mail ballots for the November election, with a 2-1 vote.
Commissioner Skinner was the opposing vote. There were approximately 2 hours of public comment. Numerous people supporting all mail-in spoke online, while many opposed to a mail-in election spoke publicly in person.
Voter fraud and "ballot harvesting" were the main concerns for those opposed to the mail-in ballot. Those supporting the mail-in ballots said they supported the option for health concerns during the Coronavirus pandemic.
This is a developing story and will be updated as more information becomes available.