USA I have voted, have YOU????

by Wonderful Wino, Thursday, September 17, 2020, 15:06 (35 days ago) @ Talley Ho

For those who want more info, here is an announcement from the Madera, CA Elections Commission (I used to live in Southern California before moving to Zihua):

Remote Accessible Vote by Mail System (RAVBM)
Our Remote Accessible Vote by Mail System is available to ALL voters for November 3, 2020 which includes, Military and Overseas Voters, as well as Voters who are not able to privately and independently vote using a paper ballot.

RAVBM is not internet voting because the hard copy (the print out) of the voter’s selections is returned by either by mail, at a drop box, or to a vote center.
The ballot is not returned electronically.

The RAVBM system is fully accessible and works with the document reader software on your computer to assist you in marking your ballot.

A printer is required to use this system.

KEEP the blue identification return envelope from your Vote by Mail packet. You will need to place your printed selections into this envelope in order to return your ballot.

All California voters will be able to request a RAVBM ballot up to seven (7) days before Election Day, November 3 (October 27, 2020)

If you would like to vote using this method to mark and print your ballot, you can do so in the following ways:

1. Complete the postcard located in your Vote by Mail ballot packet and mail it in (no postage required).

2. If you would like to apply using our online form, click the link below to apply and mail it in.

Request for Accessible Ballot or Translated Materials (English/Punjabi version)

Request for Accessible Ballot or Translated Materials (versión en Español)

3. If you would like to apply by phone, call (800) 435-0509 toll free and video relay service accessible.

4. If you would like to apply by email, email your request to:

After your request is received, you will be sent an email link to access your ballot.
The link will provide instructions for returning your ballot.

If you have lost or discarded your blue identification return envelope, contact the Elections Division for a replacement before you return your ballot.

Ballots returned that are not sealed in the blue identification envelope cannot be counted.

Since it's not internet voting, then it seems your "vote" is hand carried to a mail/drop box or vote center; that still leaves the possibility for fraud...just sayin'.

Vote early and vote often! (Former Chicago Mayor Richard Daley)


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