Mandating a national vote-by-mail election this November isn’t a solution for voting in a pandemic, it’s an invitation for confusion, fraud, and endless lawsuits over the results. Overhauling the way Americans vote isn’t as easy as throwing a switch, and trying to do it a mere six months ahead of a presidential election risks a repeat of Iowa’s caucus chaos on a national scale. We owe it to future generations not to take such reckless risks with the credibility of our democracy.