He faces five years in prison. Authorities said such incidents are "exceedingly rare."
The Postal Service suggests you get ballots in the mail Tuesday, the new Supreme Court justice gets to work and more news to start your Tuesday.
The Supreme Court upheld Wisconsin's voting laws, rejecting an effort to require the counting of absentee ballots arriving after Election Day.
The Supreme Court is siding with Republicans to prevent Wisconsin from counting mailed ballots that are received after Election Day. In a 5-3 order, the justices on Monday refused to reinstate a lower court order that called for mailed ballots to be counted if they are received up to six days after the Nov. 3 election. A federal appeals court had already put that order on hold.
Vote by mail deadlines vary by state. Regardless, the USPS is generally recommending to allow one week between putting your ballot in the mail and your state's deadline.