Mailing my ballot

In Vote by mail I promised to get back to you after I sent in a form that the state democrat’s executive committee sent me.

Yesterday I received an envelope with five documents and two return envelopes.

There were a lot of rules and admonitions.

Ultimately it came down to filling out the ballot, placing it in a ballot envelope, then placing the ballot envelope in a carrier envelope, and then signing my name on the carrier envelope.

I suppose that when they receive it they will look at the carrier envelope and my signature and mark the voter rolls to show that I have voted.  They will then probably open the carrier envelope, extract the ballot envelope, open the ballot envelope, extract the ballot and send the ballot on to be counted.

We deserve better


10 Responses to Mailing my ballot

  1. I’m sorry? What am I missing? You conclude your report with your standard “We deserve better.” Why? Did you find the process too complicated? Do you think it needs improvement? What, exactly would make it better?


  2. JerryK says:

    So this is not like an ACORN ballot 🙂


  3. Rico Suave says:

    Is the return address in Russia???


  4. Judy Maddox says:

    What did you use for proof of identity

    Sent from my iPhone



  5. Helen Marshall says:

    We “deserve better?” I see an ad for a surgical center that says “get the care you deserve.” What they really mean, and what Brutus may mean, is “we WANT something better.” What we “deserve” is unknown.


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