Despite the challenges of voting during a pandemic, the 2020 presidential election was, according to experts, the most secure election in the nation’s history. People voted in record numbers. Claim after claim of widespread election fraud was rejected by the courts. There were counts, recounts, a certification of the vote, and an acceptance of the vote count by the Electoral College. But still, some in Wisconsin think changes are needed to improve the Wisconsin election system. They want to fix what isn’t broken, primarily by making it harder for people to cast a ballot. Among the ideas to be considered by the Wisconsin Legislature are making it harder to vote by absentee ballot by banning the use of drop boxes for those voting absentee. They plan to restrict the number of people who are considered indefinitely confined, and therefore not required to show a photo ID. They could also try to do away with same-day voter registration at the polls. All of this in an attempt to “fix” some fraud that never existed. Voters turned out in record numbers in the last election. It was the most monitored election in our history. The outcome is not in doubt. We don’t need the Wisconsin Legislature to fix something that clearly isn’t broken.