As far as elections GO...
“The guidance from the Wisconsin Elections Commission on absentee ballot drop boxes was unlawful. There are just two legal methods to cast an absentee ballot in Wisconsin: through the mail or in-person at a clerk’s office. And voters must return their own ballots,” commented WILL Deputy Counsel Luke Berg. “We are pleased the court made this clear, providing Wisconsin voters with certainty for forthcoming elections.”
"Overall, drop boxes appear to have increased voter turnout by approximately 48 votes per community relative to similar communities that did not have drop boxes. It seems that most of this turnout benefit went largely to President Biden — the presence of drop boxes increased turnout for Biden by about 48 votes, with no statistically significant effect on support for President Trump. … Projecting over the number of communities that had drop boxes yields an estimated 20,736 additional votes for Biden as a result of the boxes.
Drop boxes were largely unmonitored. WILL made open record requests for the “chain of custody” logs for the 50 sample municipalities as part of our election practices audit. Out of the 24 communities in the sample that reported having drop boxes, only 10 reported using chain of custody logs to track absentee ballot pickups.