• Emily Trask

Feel unsafe about voting in person?



Good advice for people who feel unsafe about voting in person but now fear the USPS will be unable to deliver a “mail-in” ballot in a timely fashion.


There is a way around it:

1. Request a mail-in ballot.


2. Do not mail it.


3. Google your supervisor of elections to see where you can drop off your mail-in ballot. It's usually NOT THE POLLING PLACE. All states allow this!


Here is what you're accomplishing by doing this:

1. You're not relying on the USPS to get your ballot in on time, so no matter what, your ballot gets in on time.


2. You don't have to worry about standing in long lines and risking infection. You're just stopping by to drop it off.


3. You still voted! Hooray!


Also, when you drop it off find out how to track it online to make sure it is verified. California, Oregon, Washington Colorado have systems that can track your ballot just like tracking a package from Amazon.

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