Tuesday, August 25, 2020

Mail in ballots

Via Cousin John


  1. Every voter needs to understand how voting works in their state. The rules change from one county to another. Rules for democratic primary can be different than the republican one in the same county, even held on different days. If you care about your vote counting, look up the rules in your county/state. Register on time. Register for the party you choose when it matters. Know when voting day is for each election and your voting location. It's not that hard, but you can't just be angry and show up. Do your homework. This lady is obviously holding a primary ballot. Likely because she is registered as a democrat previously, or because some activist organization got paid to register her.


  2. do not vote by mail, unless you have no choice...and then vote at the earliest possible day. get off the couch, out of the house, put your mask on, and go vote in person