Reader's View: Skip the post office with your absentee ballot

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I have been thinking about voting and the mail. If you are worried that your vote won't be counted, how about filling out an absentee ballot and then eliminating the post office by just taking the ballot directly to the city clerk’s office or another designated place that receives them? Is there anything illegal about this? I think it would work.

Pennie Turcott


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