“Our message is that there is no clear evidence of any significant fraud in our postal voting system. Many states have used it successfully for many years, “says Dr. Deborah Turner, President of the American women’s voters Union. There is growing concern about the upcoming election as the U.S. Postal Service has warned that millions of postal ballots may not arrive in time for election day on November 3. President trump is pushing the vote by mail debate, spreading doubts about voter fraud, and vowing to prevent additional funding for U.S. Postal to promote postal voting. < p > < p > Turner said that 700 branches of the women’s voters’ Union across the country are closely following the disputes caused by mailing ballots and are participating in litigation and voter advocacy activities across the country. “We have been worried about repression of voters, such as closing polling stations, demanding more registration restrictions on voters, and what happens around the mailing of ballots,” she said < / P > < p > because people are confined to their homes and worried about coronavirus, a record number of people are expected to vote by mail in 2020, which may affect the future election process. < p > < p > this year, the 100th anniversary of the founding of the American women’s voters Union, and August 18 marks the 100th anniversary of the approval of the 19th Amendment, which gives women the right to vote. Since 1980, more women than men have voted in presidential elections, according to Turner.