Mailbox – USPS Vote by Mail postcard reminder

By Mike Jones

You may have received a Vote by Mail postcard reminder from the United States Postal Service in your mail box. This is an official USPS government postcard from Washington D.C.. It is believed that many people this year will be voting by mail instead of showing up at the polls because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

On the front of the USPS Vote by Mail postcard it states, [If you plan to vote by mail, plan ahead.  Please read this important information fro U.S. citizens. Their message is simple. Mail your voter ballet in time on Election Day. Supervisor of Elections will not accept mail in ballets after polls have been closed.

The back of the USPS Vote by Mail postcard it states, [Dear Postal Customer, If you vote by mail, we’re committed to providing you a secure, effective way to deliver your ballet. Use this checklist to prepare:

• Start today. Give yourself and your election officials sample time to complete the process.
• Rules and dates vary by state, so contact your election board to confirm. Find links at
• Request your mail-in ballot (often called “absentee” ballot) at least 15 days before Election Day.
• Once received, follow the instructions. Add postage to the return envelope if needed.
• We recommend you mail your ballot at least 7 days before Election Day.]

[We’re ready to deliver for you. Make sure you’re ready, too. Your United States Postal Service] Information came off of USPS postcard mailer

Finally, I am glad to see the government take action to inform citizens on their voting rights. At least no one should complaint that that they did not the vote by mail process. Yes there maybe some problem. However, most of them will be avoided. So plan ahead and do your civil part.

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