- Oct 14, 2007
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You mean the way the Fat Man who used to be in the WH hid his COVID vaccination? Is that what you mean by "example?"If voting in person is important you lead by example.Dear Care4all Oddball pknoppThanks! Maine, requires a notary for a third party that is not immediate family, if they are dropping it off.FYI- there is ZERO difference in Florida between absentee voting and vote by mail....none, zip, zilch. No difference at all.... there are no restrictions for any registered voter to request a ballot... Florida calls it vote by mail now and not absentee voting from one article that I read....He voted absentee, not "by mail"....Thare's a vast difference and you're playing stupid on purpose to pretend as though there isn't.Is that why Trump voted by mail?Voting by mail is an open invitation to fraud....Cheating favors your team.Voting by mail would make that moot.No, by being an idiot.
If you can't find the assigned precinct polling place, which is in your own neighborhood, you're too stupid to vote.
my state is the same and so is it for a few dozen states.... they've been changing their laws over the past couple of decades to not need an excuse for an absentee ballot.... if registered just request one.
And if you see mail in voting as meaning state gvts mailing ballots to all voters....
the battle ground states DID NOT DO SUCH MAILINGS, you had to request an absentee ballot and be an active registered voter, to get one.... Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan etc DID NOT mass mail ballots, the voter HAD TO request one, just like the former president Trump.As the November 2020 general election draws closer, Notaries are likely to get requests to notarize absentee or mail-in ballots. In these states, notarization plays an important part in the vote-by-mail process.www.nationalnotary.org
I've voted absentee for the past 14 years living here, but have never needed my ballot notarized because I have mailed it, or had my husband drop it off the day he votes in person.
When it was just Military, Students or few people per district using absentee or mailin ballots, it wasn't enough to raise concerns.
But with MILLIONS more ballots per state, plus narrow margins of fewer than 20-50k vote differences, this is what caused objections to unnotarized ballots that could not be verified within the timeframe to meet the same standards as before.
Because people and states did not all agree to the same rules, changes and process, the unresolved conflicts disrupt communication as needed to resolve disputes to ensure equal representation and protection of people of all beliefs, parties and creeds.
We should have agreed on rules and process before the election.