I wonder how many "law makers" are lawyers by trade? Or how much money law firms spend in keeping law makers in posh comfort? Perhaps there's a benefit to be had in making laws, rules, regulations that favor no one except the business of courts. Perhaps the US Constitution is a "living document", and the words "Congress shall make no law..." can mean whatever you want it to mean, and perhaps there are plenty of lawyers to argue the case that it means such and such.
Voter fraud is so rampant now, it's time to go back to paper ballots in a fishbowl. Absentee ballots allowed in only special circumstances, and go in their own jar to be validated first at time of counting, then counted after validation. Simple.