Does That Absentee Ballot Of Yours Need A Stamp?
So, if I may ask what exactly are your plans when it comes to voting in the Presidential Election this year? And while we're at it, who are you voting for? Donald Trump or Joe Biden?
Okay, I'm kidding about wanting to know who you are voting for. No way do I want to get in the middle of that...no offense, but I don't want to get into that with anyone. Not even family members.
But here's what I would like to really know about your voting experience:
Are you voting in person or not?
I will have to tell you that I am going to be voting in person again this year. While I have the opportunity like everyone else to cast an absentee ballot, I'm not going to do that. I'm going to show up. Why?
Well it has nothing to do with any fear of anything going awry with my vote or anything like that. I'm just so used to voting in person that I'm going to mask up and do it again. But if you are casting an absentee ballot, the Lansing State Journal has some information you may need to know.
Do you need to put a stamp on that absentee ballot? I would think that they all would get a stamp, or they would all be postage paid but I (as I've heard once or twice at the house) would be wrong.
It all has to do with location, location, location.
You may very well be able to get a postage paid return envelope for your ballot.
Need one? Get more information here from the Lansing State Journal.