Voting by mail

You might have received a mailer that invites you to apply for a voting ballot by mail.

I tried this a couple of years ago and learned the hard way.

  • My application evidently committed me to voting by mail the entire year
  • I voted in the primary by mail
  • When I tried to go to the polling place to vote in the runoff I was told that I had to continue to vote by mail
  • The problem was that they mailed my primary ballot but did not mail a runoff ballot.
  • I had to insist that I be allowed to vote in the runoff election.
  • We solved the election judge’s concerns by me signing an affidavit attesting that I had not voted by mail in the runoff
  • The process took 45 minutes

Be careful.

We deserve better


2 Responses to Voting by mail

  1. Anonymous says:

    The whole voting by mail thing is primarily a Democrat tactic. They do vote harvesting in other states where they literally ask people to give them their mail-in ballots.

    Coming soon to El Paso, I am sure.

    If you can’t win by the rules, change the rules.


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