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Georgia Senate Passes Sweeping Bill That Attacks Voting Rights

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easy, the ballot wasn't asked for from the voter. the ballot merely showed up at their house

Nobody sends out unrequested ballots.

and no notary saw the voter named on the ballot sign the ballot.
That's not a thing. No state requires it.

Where do you get this nonsense?
well look at you, well in 2020, they did. dude, that's the entire discussion point. when will your brain reassociate with real life?
No, they didn't. Just because you say they did doesn't make it true.
 

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easy, the ballot wasn't asked for from the voter. the ballot merely showed up at their house

Nobody sends out unrequested ballots.

and no notary saw the voter named on the ballot sign the ballot.
That's not a thing. No state requires it.

Where do you get this nonsense?
well look at you, well in 2020, they did. dude, that's the entire discussion point. when will your brain reassociate with real life?
No, they didn't. Just because you say they did doesn't make it true.
well yes they did. dude, here's a link for you.

Absentee vs mail in ballot in Georgia how it works | 11alive.com


ATLANTA — Many households are beginning to receive the absentee ballot request forms that Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger's office is sending to every voter in the state.
The secretary of state's office is hoping to encourage more mail-in voting with the ballots, in a state where about 95 percent of ballots are cast in person, to try and relieve some of the pressure at the polls during the coronavirus pandemic.



Notice this part of the first sentence Brad Raffensperger's office is sending to every voter in the state. What do you supposed that means exactly? come on fk, you're dealing with someone that has a fking brain and can surf information and find the facts. you drone.
 

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easy, the ballot wasn't asked for from the voter. the ballot merely showed up at their house

Nobody sends out unrequested ballots.

and no notary saw the voter named on the ballot sign the ballot.
That's not a thing. No state requires it.

Where do you get this nonsense?
well look at you, well in 2020, they did. dude, that's the entire discussion point. when will your brain reassociate with real life?
No, they didn't. Just because you say they did doesn't make it true.
well yes they did. dude, here's a link for you.

Absentee vs mail in ballot in Georgia how it works | 11alive.com


ATLANTA — Many households are beginning to receive the absentee ballot request forms that Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger's office is sending to every voter in the state.
The secretary of state's office is hoping to encourage more mail-in voting with the ballots, in a state where about 95 percent of ballots are cast in person, to try and relieve some of the pressure at the polls during the coronavirus pandemic.



Notice this part of the first sentence Brad Raffensperger's office is sending to every voter in the state. What do you supposed that means exactly? come on fk, you're dealing with someone that has a fking brain and can surf information and find the facts. you drone.
Ballot request form. Not ballots. No ballots were sent unrequested. You fail.

As far as mail in vs absentee your link says the opposite of what you claim.

The term itself might cause a bit of confusion. They are, in most every sense, the same thing. Some headlines use "mail-in voting" because it more simply describes the process and immediately makes sense. "Absentee" simply means you are absent at the physical poll


You fail again.


Tell us again how you can "surf information and find the facts" or maybe how you "have a fkin brain"?

you're just another RWNJ liar, that's all.
 

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easy, the ballot wasn't asked for from the voter. the ballot merely showed up at their house

Nobody sends out unrequested ballots.

and no notary saw the voter named on the ballot sign the ballot.
That's not a thing. No state requires it.

Where do you get this nonsense?
well look at you, well in 2020, they did. dude, that's the entire discussion point. when will your brain reassociate with real life?
No, they didn't. Just because you say they did doesn't make it true.
well yes they did. dude, here's a link for you.

Absentee vs mail in ballot in Georgia how it works | 11alive.com


ATLANTA — Many households are beginning to receive the absentee ballot request forms that Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger's office is sending to every voter in the state.
The secretary of state's office is hoping to encourage more mail-in voting with the ballots, in a state where about 95 percent of ballots are cast in person, to try and relieve some of the pressure at the polls during the coronavirus pandemic.



Notice this part of the first sentence Brad Raffensperger's office is sending to every voter in the state. What do you supposed that means exactly? come on fk, you're dealing with someone that has a fking brain and can surf information and find the facts. you drone.
Ballot request form. Not ballots. No ballots were sent unrequested. You fail.

As far as mail in vs absentee your link says the opposite of what you claim.

The term itself might cause a bit of confusion. They are, in most every sense, the same thing. Some headlines use "mail-in voting" because it more simply describes the process and immediately makes sense. "Absentee" simply means you are absent at the physical poll


You fail again.


Tell us again how you can "surf information and find the facts" or maybe how you "have a fkin brain"?

you're just another RWNJ liar, that's all.
dude, I posted you the link. hahahahahahahahahahaha too fking lame on you.

here it is again.


you can't use the jedi mind game with me. I have anti jedi software.
 

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easy, the ballot wasn't asked for from the voter. the ballot merely showed up at their house

Nobody sends out unrequested ballots.

and no notary saw the voter named on the ballot sign the ballot.
That's not a thing. No state requires it.

Where do you get this nonsense?
well look at you, well in 2020, they did. dude, that's the entire discussion point. when will your brain reassociate with real life?
No, they didn't. Just because you say they did doesn't make it true.
well yes they did. dude, here's a link for you.

Absentee vs mail in ballot in Georgia how it works | 11alive.com


ATLANTA — Many households are beginning to receive the absentee ballot request forms that Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger's office is sending to every voter in the state.
The secretary of state's office is hoping to encourage more mail-in voting with the ballots, in a state where about 95 percent of ballots are cast in person, to try and relieve some of the pressure at the polls during the coronavirus pandemic.



Notice this part of the first sentence Brad Raffensperger's office is sending to every voter in the state. What do you supposed that means exactly? come on fk, you're dealing with someone that has a fking brain and can surf information and find the facts. you drone.
Ballot request form. Not ballots. No ballots were sent unrequested. You fail.

As far as mail in vs absentee your link says the opposite of what you claim.

The term itself might cause a bit of confusion. They are, in most every sense, the same thing. Some headlines use "mail-in voting" because it more simply describes the process and immediately makes sense. "Absentee" simply means you are absent at the physical poll


You fail again.


Tell us again how you can "surf information and find the facts" or maybe how you "have a fkin brain"?

you're just another RWNJ liar, that's all.

(CNN)The state of Nevada has approved a plan to send absentee ballots to all active voters this November, a major expansion of mail-in voting in the battleground state.

Nevada approves plan to mail ballots to all registered voters - CNNPolitics
 

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easy, the ballot wasn't asked for from the voter. the ballot merely showed up at their house

Nobody sends out unrequested ballots.

and no notary saw the voter named on the ballot sign the ballot.
That's not a thing. No state requires it.

Where do you get this nonsense?
well look at you, well in 2020, they did. dude, that's the entire discussion point. when will your brain reassociate with real life?
No, they didn't. Just because you say they did doesn't make it true.
well yes they did. dude, here's a link for you.

Absentee vs mail in ballot in Georgia how it works | 11alive.com


ATLANTA — Many households are beginning to receive the absentee ballot request forms that Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger's office is sending to every voter in the state.
The secretary of state's office is hoping to encourage more mail-in voting with the ballots, in a state where about 95 percent of ballots are cast in person, to try and relieve some of the pressure at the polls during the coronavirus pandemic.



Notice this part of the first sentence Brad Raffensperger's office is sending to every voter in the state. What do you supposed that means exactly? come on fk, you're dealing with someone that has a fking brain and can surf information and find the facts. you drone.
Ballot request form. Not ballots. No ballots were sent unrequested. You fail.

As far as mail in vs absentee your link says the opposite of what you claim.

The term itself might cause a bit of confusion. They are, in most every sense, the same thing. Some headlines use "mail-in voting" because it more simply describes the process and immediately makes sense. "Absentee" simply means you are absent at the physical poll


You fail again.


Tell us again how you can "surf information and find the facts" or maybe how you "have a fkin brain"?

you're just another RWNJ liar, that's all.
dude, I posted you the link. hahahahahahahahahahaha too fking lame on you.

here it is again.


you can't use the jedi mind game with me. I have anti jedi software.
You posted the link. Obviously you didn't read it since I quoted directly from it to debunk your nonsense.

It's time to shut down your little fantasy world and rejoin reality, tRumpling.
 

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easy, the ballot wasn't asked for from the voter. the ballot merely showed up at their house

Nobody sends out unrequested ballots.

and no notary saw the voter named on the ballot sign the ballot.
That's not a thing. No state requires it.

Where do you get this nonsense?
well look at you, well in 2020, they did. dude, that's the entire discussion point. when will your brain reassociate with real life?
No, they didn't. Just because you say they did doesn't make it true.
well yes they did. dude, here's a link for you.

Absentee vs mail in ballot in Georgia how it works | 11alive.com


ATLANTA — Many households are beginning to receive the absentee ballot request forms that Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger's office is sending to every voter in the state.
The secretary of state's office is hoping to encourage more mail-in voting with the ballots, in a state where about 95 percent of ballots are cast in person, to try and relieve some of the pressure at the polls during the coronavirus pandemic.



Notice this part of the first sentence Brad Raffensperger's office is sending to every voter in the state. What do you supposed that means exactly? come on fk, you're dealing with someone that has a fking brain and can surf information and find the facts. you drone.
Ballot request form. Not ballots. No ballots were sent unrequested. You fail.

As far as mail in vs absentee your link says the opposite of what you claim.

The term itself might cause a bit of confusion. They are, in most every sense, the same thing. Some headlines use "mail-in voting" because it more simply describes the process and immediately makes sense. "Absentee" simply means you are absent at the physical poll


You fail again.


Tell us again how you can "surf information and find the facts" or maybe how you "have a fkin brain"?

you're just another RWNJ liar, that's all.

(CNN)The state of Nevada has approved a plan to send absentee ballots to all active voters this November, a major expansion of mail-in voting in the battleground state.

Nevada approves plan to mail ballots to all registered voters - CNNPolitics
Only to active registered voters.
 

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easy, the ballot wasn't asked for from the voter. the ballot merely showed up at their house

Nobody sends out unrequested ballots.

and no notary saw the voter named on the ballot sign the ballot.
That's not a thing. No state requires it.

Where do you get this nonsense?
well look at you, well in 2020, they did. dude, that's the entire discussion point. when will your brain reassociate with real life?
No, they didn't. Just because you say they did doesn't make it true.
well yes they did. dude, here's a link for you.

Absentee vs mail in ballot in Georgia how it works | 11alive.com


ATLANTA — Many households are beginning to receive the absentee ballot request forms that Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger's office is sending to every voter in the state.
The secretary of state's office is hoping to encourage more mail-in voting with the ballots, in a state where about 95 percent of ballots are cast in person, to try and relieve some of the pressure at the polls during the coronavirus pandemic.



Notice this part of the first sentence Brad Raffensperger's office is sending to every voter in the state. What do you supposed that means exactly? come on fk, you're dealing with someone that has a fking brain and can surf information and find the facts. you drone.
Ballot request form. Not ballots. No ballots were sent unrequested. You fail.

As far as mail in vs absentee your link says the opposite of what you claim.

The term itself might cause a bit of confusion. They are, in most every sense, the same thing. Some headlines use "mail-in voting" because it more simply describes the process and immediately makes sense. "Absentee" simply means you are absent at the physical poll


You fail again.


Tell us again how you can "surf information and find the facts" or maybe how you "have a fkin brain"?

you're just another RWNJ liar, that's all.

(CNN)The state of Nevada has approved a plan to send absentee ballots to all active voters this November, a major expansion of mail-in voting in the battleground state.

Nevada approves plan to mail ballots to all registered voters - CNNPolitics
Only to active registered voters.

Active? What do they mean?
 

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easy, the ballot wasn't asked for from the voter. the ballot merely showed up at their house

Nobody sends out unrequested ballots.

and no notary saw the voter named on the ballot sign the ballot.
That's not a thing. No state requires it.

Where do you get this nonsense?
well look at you, well in 2020, they did. dude, that's the entire discussion point. when will your brain reassociate with real life?
No, they didn't. Just because you say they did doesn't make it true.
well yes they did. dude, here's a link for you.

Absentee vs mail in ballot in Georgia how it works | 11alive.com


ATLANTA — Many households are beginning to receive the absentee ballot request forms that Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger's office is sending to every voter in the state.
The secretary of state's office is hoping to encourage more mail-in voting with the ballots, in a state where about 95 percent of ballots are cast in person, to try and relieve some of the pressure at the polls during the coronavirus pandemic.



Notice this part of the first sentence Brad Raffensperger's office is sending to every voter in the state. What do you supposed that means exactly? come on fk, you're dealing with someone that has a fking brain and can surf information and find the facts. you drone.
Ballot request form. Not ballots. No ballots were sent unrequested. You fail.

As far as mail in vs absentee your link says the opposite of what you claim.

The term itself might cause a bit of confusion. They are, in most every sense, the same thing. Some headlines use "mail-in voting" because it more simply describes the process and immediately makes sense. "Absentee" simply means you are absent at the physical poll


You fail again.


Tell us again how you can "surf information and find the facts" or maybe how you "have a fkin brain"?

you're just another RWNJ liar, that's all.

(CNN)The state of Nevada has approved a plan to send absentee ballots to all active voters this November, a major expansion of mail-in voting in the battleground state.

Nevada approves plan to mail ballots to all registered voters - CNNPolitics
Only to active registered voters.

Active? What do they mean?
Voted in the last election I would think. That's an opinion, I can't find a copy of the legislation to verify.
 

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Funny, those twisty HuffPost headlines ...

Nice to see states re-asserting their authority in these matters.

The bill would end no-excuse absentee balloting, which was pushed by Republicans when it became law in 2005. Voters who are eligible to vote by mail under the bill would be required to submit a photo ID and have their ballot signed by a witness in order for their vote to count.

Georgia Senate Passes Sweeping Bill That Attacks Voting Rights
Why do Democrats and snowflakes oppose anything that makes our voting systems and processes more secure?

Almost every western nation has OUTLAWED mail-in ballot voting because of its demonstrated propensity for election fraud - 2 more nations outlawed it after watching the the massive election fraud / stolen election sham that was out last election.

As for voter IDs, Democrats are slent when they have to get their picture taken to get a driver's license, for some jobs, to get a library card in some cases, or to get an id to attend the Democrat Party National Convention....but they squeal like little bitches - as if someone was pulling their fingernails out - if someone mentions a photo id to protect our Constitutional right to vote in a free and FAIR (and legal) election.
 

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easy, the ballot wasn't asked for from the voter. the ballot merely showed up at their house

Nobody sends out unrequested ballots.

and no notary saw the voter named on the ballot sign the ballot.
That's not a thing. No state requires it.

Where do you get this nonsense?
well look at you, well in 2020, they did. dude, that's the entire discussion point. when will your brain reassociate with real life?
No, they didn't. Just because you say they did doesn't make it true.
well yes they did. dude, here's a link for you.

Absentee vs mail in ballot in Georgia how it works | 11alive.com


ATLANTA — Many households are beginning to receive the absentee ballot request forms that Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger's office is sending to every voter in the state.
The secretary of state's office is hoping to encourage more mail-in voting with the ballots, in a state where about 95 percent of ballots are cast in person, to try and relieve some of the pressure at the polls during the coronavirus pandemic.



Notice this part of the first sentence Brad Raffensperger's office is sending to every voter in the state. What do you supposed that means exactly? come on fk, you're dealing with someone that has a fking brain and can surf information and find the facts. you drone.
Ballot request form. Not ballots. No ballots were sent unrequested. You fail.

As far as mail in vs absentee your link says the opposite of what you claim.

The term itself might cause a bit of confusion. They are, in most every sense, the same thing. Some headlines use "mail-in voting" because it more simply describes the process and immediately makes sense. "Absentee" simply means you are absent at the physical poll


You fail again.


Tell us again how you can "surf information and find the facts" or maybe how you "have a fkin brain"?

you're just another RWNJ liar, that's all.
dude, I posted you the link. hahahahahahahahahahaha too fking lame on you.

here it is again.


you can't use the jedi mind game with me. I have anti jedi software.
You posted the link. Obviously you didn't read it since I quoted directly from it to debunk your nonsense.

It's time to shut down your little fantasy world and rejoin reality, tRumpling.
well funny, I quoted from it as well. did you read that? here one more time.

ATLANTA — Many households are beginning to receive the absentee ballot request forms that Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger's office is sending to every voter in the state.
The secretary of state's office is hoping to encourage more mail-in voting with the ballots, in a state where about 95 percent of ballots are cast in person, to try and relieve some of the pressure at the polls during the coronavirus pandemic.



Notice this part of the first sentence Brad Raffensperger's office is sending to every voter in the state. What do you supposed that means exactly? come on fk, you're dealing with someone that has a fking brain and can surf information and find the facts. you drone.

Are you telling me that every voter called in for a mail in ballot? hahahahahahaha jedi mind game again. dude, hilarious.
 

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easy, the ballot wasn't asked for from the voter. the ballot merely showed up at their house

Nobody sends out unrequested ballots.

and no notary saw the voter named on the ballot sign the ballot.
That's not a thing. No state requires it.

Where do you get this nonsense?
well look at you, well in 2020, they did. dude, that's the entire discussion point. when will your brain reassociate with real life?
No, they didn't. Just because you say they did doesn't make it true.
well yes they did. dude, here's a link for you.

Absentee vs mail in ballot in Georgia how it works | 11alive.com


ATLANTA — Many households are beginning to receive the absentee ballot request forms that Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger's office is sending to every voter in the state.
The secretary of state's office is hoping to encourage more mail-in voting with the ballots, in a state where about 95 percent of ballots are cast in person, to try and relieve some of the pressure at the polls during the coronavirus pandemic.



Notice this part of the first sentence Brad Raffensperger's office is sending to every voter in the state. What do you supposed that means exactly? come on fk, you're dealing with someone that has a fking brain and can surf information and find the facts. you drone.
Ballot request form. Not ballots. No ballots were sent unrequested. You fail.

As far as mail in vs absentee your link says the opposite of what you claim.

The term itself might cause a bit of confusion. They are, in most every sense, the same thing. Some headlines use "mail-in voting" because it more simply describes the process and immediately makes sense. "Absentee" simply means you are absent at the physical poll


You fail again.


Tell us again how you can "surf information and find the facts" or maybe how you "have a fkin brain"?

you're just another RWNJ liar, that's all.

(CNN)The state of Nevada has approved a plan to send absentee ballots to all active voters this November, a major expansion of mail-in voting in the battleground state.

Nevada approves plan to mail ballots to all registered voters - CNNPolitics
Only to active registered voters.

Active? What do they mean?
Voted in the last election I would think. That's an opinion, I can't find a copy of the legislation to verify.
then why did you post it?
 

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Funny, those twisty HuffPost headlines ...

Nice to see states re-asserting their authority in these matters.

The bill would end no-excuse absentee balloting, which was pushed by Republicans when it became law in 2005. Voters who are eligible to vote by mail under the bill would be required to submit a photo ID and have their ballot signed by a witness in order for their vote to count.

Georgia Senate Passes Sweeping Bill That Attacks Voting Rights
Why do Democrats and snowflakes oppose anything that makes our voting systems and processes more secure?

Almost every western nation has OUTLAWED mail-in ballot voting because of its demonstrated propensity for election fraud - 2 more nations outlawed it after watching the the massive election fraud / stolen election sham that was out last election.

As for voter IDs, Democrats are slent when they have to get their picture taken to get a driver's license, for some jobs, to get a library card in some cases, or to get an id to attend the Democrat Party National Convention....but they squeal like little bitches - as if someone was pulling their fingernails out - if someone mentions a photo id to protect our Constitutional right to vote in a free and FAIR (and legal) election.
well again, no chain of custody. I could send in multiple ballots with different names on them. unintelligent demofks.
 

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easy, the ballot wasn't asked for from the voter. the ballot merely showed up at their house

Nobody sends out unrequested ballots.

and no notary saw the voter named on the ballot sign the ballot.
That's not a thing. No state requires it.

Where do you get this nonsense?
well look at you, well in 2020, they did. dude, that's the entire discussion point. when will your brain reassociate with real life?
No, they didn't. Just because you say they did doesn't make it true.
well yes they did. dude, here's a link for you.

Absentee vs mail in ballot in Georgia how it works | 11alive.com


ATLANTA — Many households are beginning to receive the absentee ballot request forms that Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger's office is sending to every voter in the state.
The secretary of state's office is hoping to encourage more mail-in voting with the ballots, in a state where about 95 percent of ballots are cast in person, to try and relieve some of the pressure at the polls during the coronavirus pandemic.



Notice this part of the first sentence Brad Raffensperger's office is sending to every voter in the state. What do you supposed that means exactly? come on fk, you're dealing with someone that has a fking brain and can surf information and find the facts. you drone.
Ballot request form. Not ballots. No ballots were sent unrequested. You fail.

As far as mail in vs absentee your link says the opposite of what you claim.

The term itself might cause a bit of confusion. They are, in most every sense, the same thing. Some headlines use "mail-in voting" because it more simply describes the process and immediately makes sense. "Absentee" simply means you are absent at the physical poll


You fail again.


Tell us again how you can "surf information and find the facts" or maybe how you "have a fkin brain"?

you're just another RWNJ liar, that's all.
dude, I posted you the link. hahahahahahahahahahaha too fking lame on you.

here it is again.


you can't use the jedi mind game with me. I have anti jedi software.
You posted the link. Obviously you didn't read it since I quoted directly from it to debunk your nonsense.

It's time to shut down your little fantasy world and rejoin reality, tRumpling.
well funny, I quoted from it as well. did you read that? here one more time.

ATLANTA — Many households are beginning to receive the absentee ballot request forms that Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger's office is sending to every voter in the state.
The secretary of state's office is hoping to encourage more mail-in voting with the ballots, in a state where about 95 percent of ballots are cast in person, to try and relieve some of the pressure at the polls during the coronavirus pandemic.



Notice this part of the first sentence Brad Raffensperger's office is sending to every voter in the state. What do you supposed that means exactly? come on fk, you're dealing with someone that has a fking brain and can surf information and find the facts. you drone.

Are you telling me that every voter called in for a mail in ballot? hahahahahahaha jedi mind game again. dude, hilarious.
It's right there in your quote. "Absentee ballot request forms"

Not ballots.

Derp.
 

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easy, the ballot wasn't asked for from the voter. the ballot merely showed up at their house

Nobody sends out unrequested ballots.

and no notary saw the voter named on the ballot sign the ballot.
That's not a thing. No state requires it.

Where do you get this nonsense?
well look at you, well in 2020, they did. dude, that's the entire discussion point. when will your brain reassociate with real life?
No, they didn't. Just because you say they did doesn't make it true.
well yes they did. dude, here's a link for you.

Absentee vs mail in ballot in Georgia how it works | 11alive.com


ATLANTA — Many households are beginning to receive the absentee ballot request forms that Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger's office is sending to every voter in the state.
The secretary of state's office is hoping to encourage more mail-in voting with the ballots, in a state where about 95 percent of ballots are cast in person, to try and relieve some of the pressure at the polls during the coronavirus pandemic.



Notice this part of the first sentence Brad Raffensperger's office is sending to every voter in the state. What do you supposed that means exactly? come on fk, you're dealing with someone that has a fking brain and can surf information and find the facts. you drone.
Ballot request form. Not ballots. No ballots were sent unrequested. You fail.

As far as mail in vs absentee your link says the opposite of what you claim.

The term itself might cause a bit of confusion. They are, in most every sense, the same thing. Some headlines use "mail-in voting" because it more simply describes the process and immediately makes sense. "Absentee" simply means you are absent at the physical poll


You fail again.


Tell us again how you can "surf information and find the facts" or maybe how you "have a fkin brain"?

you're just another RWNJ liar, that's all.

(CNN)The state of Nevada has approved a plan to send absentee ballots to all active voters this November, a major expansion of mail-in voting in the battleground state.

Nevada approves plan to mail ballots to all registered voters - CNNPolitics
Only to active registered voters.

Active? What do they mean?
Voted in the last election I would think. That's an opinion, I can't find a copy of the legislation to verify.
then why did you post it?
That's the wording in the article he linked.

You never bother to read anything but the headlines, do you. Makes you an easy target for the RWNJ infotainment sphere.
 

jc456

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easy, the ballot wasn't asked for from the voter. the ballot merely showed up at their house

Nobody sends out unrequested ballots.

and no notary saw the voter named on the ballot sign the ballot.
That's not a thing. No state requires it.

Where do you get this nonsense?
well look at you, well in 2020, they did. dude, that's the entire discussion point. when will your brain reassociate with real life?
No, they didn't. Just because you say they did doesn't make it true.
well yes they did. dude, here's a link for you.

Absentee vs mail in ballot in Georgia how it works | 11alive.com


ATLANTA — Many households are beginning to receive the absentee ballot request forms that Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger's office is sending to every voter in the state.
The secretary of state's office is hoping to encourage more mail-in voting with the ballots, in a state where about 95 percent of ballots are cast in person, to try and relieve some of the pressure at the polls during the coronavirus pandemic.



Notice this part of the first sentence Brad Raffensperger's office is sending to every voter in the state. What do you supposed that means exactly? come on fk, you're dealing with someone that has a fking brain and can surf information and find the facts. you drone.
Ballot request form. Not ballots. No ballots were sent unrequested. You fail.

As far as mail in vs absentee your link says the opposite of what you claim.

The term itself might cause a bit of confusion. They are, in most every sense, the same thing. Some headlines use "mail-in voting" because it more simply describes the process and immediately makes sense. "Absentee" simply means you are absent at the physical poll


You fail again.


Tell us again how you can "surf information and find the facts" or maybe how you "have a fkin brain"?

you're just another RWNJ liar, that's all.

(CNN)The state of Nevada has approved a plan to send absentee ballots to all active voters this November, a major expansion of mail-in voting in the battleground state.

Nevada approves plan to mail ballots to all registered voters - CNNPolitics
Only to active registered voters.

Active? What do they mean?
Voted in the last election I would think. That's an opinion, I can't find a copy of the legislation to verify.
then why did you post it?
That's the wording in the article he linked.

You never bother to read anything but the headlines, do you. Makes you an easy target for the RWNJ infotainment sphere.
well then you should have put quotes around it. WTF's wrong with you plagerist.

And why did you say, "I think"?
 

Crepitus

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easy, the ballot wasn't asked for from the voter. the ballot merely showed up at their house

Nobody sends out unrequested ballots.

and no notary saw the voter named on the ballot sign the ballot.
That's not a thing. No state requires it.

Where do you get this nonsense?
well look at you, well in 2020, they did. dude, that's the entire discussion point. when will your brain reassociate with real life?
No, they didn't. Just because you say they did doesn't make it true.
well yes they did. dude, here's a link for you.

Absentee vs mail in ballot in Georgia how it works | 11alive.com


ATLANTA — Many households are beginning to receive the absentee ballot request forms that Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger's office is sending to every voter in the state.
The secretary of state's office is hoping to encourage more mail-in voting with the ballots, in a state where about 95 percent of ballots are cast in person, to try and relieve some of the pressure at the polls during the coronavirus pandemic.



Notice this part of the first sentence Brad Raffensperger's office is sending to every voter in the state. What do you supposed that means exactly? come on fk, you're dealing with someone that has a fking brain and can surf information and find the facts. you drone.
Ballot request form. Not ballots. No ballots were sent unrequested. You fail.

As far as mail in vs absentee your link says the opposite of what you claim.

The term itself might cause a bit of confusion. They are, in most every sense, the same thing. Some headlines use "mail-in voting" because it more simply describes the process and immediately makes sense. "Absentee" simply means you are absent at the physical poll


You fail again.


Tell us again how you can "surf information and find the facts" or maybe how you "have a fkin brain"?

you're just another RWNJ liar, that's all.

(CNN)The state of Nevada has approved a plan to send absentee ballots to all active voters this November, a major expansion of mail-in voting in the battleground state.

Nevada approves plan to mail ballots to all registered voters - CNNPolitics
Only to active registered voters.

Active? What do they mean?
Voted in the last election I would think. That's an opinion, I can't find a copy of the legislation to verify.
then why did you post it?
That's the wording in the article he linked.

You never bother to read anything but the headlines, do you. Makes you an easy target for the RWNJ infotainment sphere.
well then you should have put quotes around it. WTF's wrong with you plagerist.

And why did you say, "I think"?
Ok, you're obviously too stupid to have this conversation.

Have a nice day, don't forget to wear your helmet.
 

jc456

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easy, the ballot wasn't asked for from the voter. the ballot merely showed up at their house

Nobody sends out unrequested ballots.

and no notary saw the voter named on the ballot sign the ballot.
That's not a thing. No state requires it.

Where do you get this nonsense?
well look at you, well in 2020, they did. dude, that's the entire discussion point. when will your brain reassociate with real life?
No, they didn't. Just because you say they did doesn't make it true.
well yes they did. dude, here's a link for you.

Absentee vs mail in ballot in Georgia how it works | 11alive.com


ATLANTA — Many households are beginning to receive the absentee ballot request forms that Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger's office is sending to every voter in the state.
The secretary of state's office is hoping to encourage more mail-in voting with the ballots, in a state where about 95 percent of ballots are cast in person, to try and relieve some of the pressure at the polls during the coronavirus pandemic.



Notice this part of the first sentence Brad Raffensperger's office is sending to every voter in the state. What do you supposed that means exactly? come on fk, you're dealing with someone that has a fking brain and can surf information and find the facts. you drone.
Ballot request form. Not ballots. No ballots were sent unrequested. You fail.

As far as mail in vs absentee your link says the opposite of what you claim.

The term itself might cause a bit of confusion. They are, in most every sense, the same thing. Some headlines use "mail-in voting" because it more simply describes the process and immediately makes sense. "Absentee" simply means you are absent at the physical poll


You fail again.


Tell us again how you can "surf information and find the facts" or maybe how you "have a fkin brain"?

you're just another RWNJ liar, that's all.

(CNN)The state of Nevada has approved a plan to send absentee ballots to all active voters this November, a major expansion of mail-in voting in the battleground state.

Nevada approves plan to mail ballots to all registered voters - CNNPolitics
Only to active registered voters.

Active? What do they mean?
Voted in the last election I would think. That's an opinion, I can't find a copy of the legislation to verify.
then why did you post it?
That's the wording in the article he linked.

You never bother to read anything but the headlines, do you. Makes you an easy target for the RWNJ infotainment sphere.
well then you should have put quotes around it. WTF's wrong with you plagerist.

And why did you say, "I think"?
Ok, you're obviously too stupid to have this conversation.

Have a nice day, don't forget to wear your helmet.
ahh I see I win another debate. you be pwned on this one.
 

Crepitus

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easy, the ballot wasn't asked for from the voter. the ballot merely showed up at their house

Nobody sends out unrequested ballots.

and no notary saw the voter named on the ballot sign the ballot.
That's not a thing. No state requires it.

Where do you get this nonsense?
well look at you, well in 2020, they did. dude, that's the entire discussion point. when will your brain reassociate with real life?
No, they didn't. Just because you say they did doesn't make it true.
well yes they did. dude, here's a link for you.

Absentee vs mail in ballot in Georgia how it works | 11alive.com


ATLANTA — Many households are beginning to receive the absentee ballot request forms that Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger's office is sending to every voter in the state.
The secretary of state's office is hoping to encourage more mail-in voting with the ballots, in a state where about 95 percent of ballots are cast in person, to try and relieve some of the pressure at the polls during the coronavirus pandemic.



Notice this part of the first sentence Brad Raffensperger's office is sending to every voter in the state. What do you supposed that means exactly? come on fk, you're dealing with someone that has a fking brain and can surf information and find the facts. you drone.
Ballot request form. Not ballots. No ballots were sent unrequested. You fail.

As far as mail in vs absentee your link says the opposite of what you claim.

The term itself might cause a bit of confusion. They are, in most every sense, the same thing. Some headlines use "mail-in voting" because it more simply describes the process and immediately makes sense. "Absentee" simply means you are absent at the physical poll


You fail again.


Tell us again how you can "surf information and find the facts" or maybe how you "have a fkin brain"?

you're just another RWNJ liar, that's all.

(CNN)The state of Nevada has approved a plan to send absentee ballots to all active voters this November, a major expansion of mail-in voting in the battleground state.

Nevada approves plan to mail ballots to all registered voters - CNNPolitics
Only to active registered voters.

Active? What do they mean?
Voted in the last election I would think. That's an opinion, I can't find a copy of the legislation to verify.
then why did you post it?
That's the wording in the article he linked.

You never bother to read anything but the headlines, do you. Makes you an easy target for the RWNJ infotainment sphere.
well then you should have put quotes around it. WTF's wrong with you plagerist.

And why did you say, "I think"?
Ok, you're obviously too stupid to have this conversation.

Have a nice day, don't forget to wear your helmet.
ahh I see I win another debate. you be pwned on this one.
Typical tRumpling, too stupid even to realize when he's lost.
 

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