Chris Christie, best known for his "Bridgegate" scandal, is on ABC talking about the differences between mail-in voting and absentee ballot voting. One of them is when an individual requests a ballot, for example, if they won't be in the area to vote. The other requires millions of ballots to be mailed to people. We really can expect some of the ballots to go missing, get sent to wrong addresses, get lost, or even be stolen or tampered with. Any time you're doing something with millions of anything, there's bound to be some level of error. It won't go perfectly.