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Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by bobber205, Oct 29, 2008.
Because of the mail in ballots.
Why hasn't every state adapted this?
Everyone in California has the ability to request a mail-in (absentee) ballot.
ummm i think colorado also has mail ins. perhaps others as well.
The whole of Australia has mail in ballots. Just to gloat .
Not mandatory, however. You can request one if you want or go to the polls.
The polling station for my riding was located in my building. I voted in my pyjamas :3
I have bee using bail-in ballots for many years (10 at least). Not only is it more convenient, I have plenty of time to read the "voter's pamphlet" while I am actually voting.
Nebraska has had them for at least 12 - 13 years. I requested one for when I lived in Sydney at the time, and it was sent to me. Instead of sending it back, I dropped it off at the Consulate, which handled the mail back for me.
I'm sure there are plenty of states handling mail-in ballots. Otherwise the armed forces wouldn't be able to vote.
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Well some people (like me for example) like to go to vote in person.
In California the choice is yours.
This doesn't count because you live in the attic of your town hall. I've seen the way you scale buildings.
Washington State has mail-in ballots also.
I think all states should adapt it as it would greatly reduce the effects of intimadating the minorities...
And I really meant to say the requirement of having to use a mailin ballot. If people are too lazy to vote, then also probably too lazy to request a mail in.
Besides, if they're too lazy to request a mail-in ballot (an extremely easy process, by the way), what makes you think they'll take the time to vote? Or even register? I can't vouch for Oregon, but I think our system in California is perfect the way it is.