Vote in person vs. vote by mail
As the September 14 Recall Election draws near questions continue to be asked about voting by mail. Different people have expressed divergent views. The Election Integrity Project California provides us with a handy guide. Read it through then get out and vote. If you don’t know where your nearest Voting Center is go HERE.
SHOULD I VOTE BY MAIL?
There is definitely a time for casting an absentee ballot: ill or immobile voters, travelers, military, etc. EICa recommends voting in person if at all possible.
BUT the only way to ensure INTEGRITY in the election process is to limit voting by mail to those who have no other choice.
|VOTING IN PERSON||VOTING BY MAIL|
BY THE WAY:
MANDATORY VOTE BY MAIL:
- Do NOT vote using an envelope unless absolutely necessary
- Strongly oppose any attempt to move California to ALL Vote By Mail elections
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I think we should recommend that civilians who are able should mount cameras for filming drop boxes 24/7.
Are there no Republicans watching to make sure vote by mails are not altered. This is our only option in voting due to my husband’s physical limitations. Does it means it is better not to vote at all than vote by mail?
Not voting is the worst possible option. I can suggest that you can entrust your completed ballot to someone else to take to the voting center for you. If you don’t know anyone who can do that for you send me a message in the Contact us form. You can find that in the menu, and we’ll get you guys taken care of.
Your Irascible Correspondent