Noting that a lot of Dems are in political trouble for ramming through Mayor Mike'a gun bills, we have some legislation coming up that would convert Colorado to a mostly-mail-in voting state. In Washington, dozens of people like Mike the Mendicant and Pete the Panhandler are registered to vote absentee with addresses at the local precinct chairman's house. The absentee ballots go there and are sent back from there. The state courts have ruled that as long as the ballot is secret, the votes are good to go.
With same day registration one needs a power bill or rent receipt from someone who does not intend to vote, and in you go. Visit all your friends and collect the whole set.
To make an effective rebuttal to this legislation we should work out a step-by-step methodology for a person to vote several times using same-day registration and publish the methods with instructions that while the GOP does not advocate illegal actions, we would like to point out the methods we expect to be used by the opposition. The Dems of course will denounce this and deny they would ever do such a thing, but the thought of the bill encouraging and facilitating this, and being a Dem bill, should be enough to get the offending provisions dropped.
If they want to pass a bill encouraging fraud, we should make it quite clear that we are willing to play by their rules. As Bill Cosby famously pointed out, once you've won the toss and get to make the rules, the outcome is seldom in doubt.
The practice could be discouraged by taking a picture of every voter holding a placard with the voters name on it, much like a police mug shot. Facial recognition software would then be used to sort out the duplicates. Or we could ask for a state issued photo ID, but that, I understand, would be racist.