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  1. #1
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    Default IF YOU RECEIVED A MAIL-IN BALLOT AND CHOOSE TO VOTE IN PERSON

    IF YOU RECEIVED A MAIL-IN BALLOT AND CHOOSE TO VOTE IN PERSON, TAKE THE ENTIRE BLANK BALLOT WITH YOU TO YOUR POLLING PLACE!

    By taking your mail-in ballot with you, to be cancelled by the polling team at your assigned location, you will speed up the voting process for all who choose to vote in person. Otherwise, a provisional ballot must be issued, which requires a phone call to the board of elections and will slow down the entire process for everyone.

    IF YOU CHOOSE TO VOTE IN PERSON AND RECEIVED A MAIL-IN BALLOT, TAKE THE ENTIRE BLANK BALLOT WITH YOU TO YOUR POLLING PLACE FOR CANCELLATION BY THE POLL WORKERS!

    Please share this information, it was given to me last night by out township's Judge of Elections.

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    Default Re: IF YOU RECEIVED A MAIL-IN BALLOT AND CHOOSE TO VOTE IN PERSON

    Would have been good info before I threw the ballot away

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    Default Re: IF YOU RECEIVED A MAIL-IN BALLOT AND CHOOSE TO VOTE IN PERSON

    Quote Originally Posted by 1st8th83 View Post
    Would have been good info before I threw the ballot away
    I just got the info. on Monday night 10/19/2020.

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    Default Re: IF YOU RECEIVED A MAIL-IN BALLOT AND CHOOSE TO VOTE IN PERSON

    Quote Originally Posted by eatmydust View Post
    IF YOU RECEIVED A MAIL-IN BALLOT AND CHOOSE TO VOTE IN PERSON, TAKE THE ENTIRE BLANK BALLOT WITH YOU TO YOUR POLLING PLACE!

    By taking your mail-in ballot with you, to be cancelled by the polling team at your assigned location, you will speed up the voting process for all who choose to vote in person. Otherwise, a provisional ballot must be issued, which requires a phone call to the board of elections and will slow down the entire process for everyone.

    IF YOU CHOOSE TO VOTE IN PERSON AND RECEIVED A MAIL-IN BALLOT, TAKE THE ENTIRE BLANK BALLOT WITH YOU TO YOUR POLLING PLACE FOR CANCELLATION BY THE POLL WORKERS!

    Please share this information, it was given to me last night by out township's Judge of Elections.
    Thanks for the info.
    It's better to live one Day as a lion, than 100 years as a sheep. Tibetian Proverb.
    When in the course of human events. We all know the rest.

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    Default Re: IF YOU RECEIVED A MAIL-IN BALLOT AND CHOOSE TO VOTE IN PERSON

    Quote Originally Posted by 1st8th83 View Post
    Would have been good info before I threw the ballot away
    I highly doubt they are legally allowed to prevent you from voting in person if you do not have your mail in ballot. If the system is so perfect it would be able to detect multiple votes from the same household.

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    Default Re: IF YOU RECEIVED A MAIL-IN BALLOT AND CHOOSE TO VOTE IN PERSON

    Quote Originally Posted by HKusp 45 View Post
    I highly doubt they are legally allowed to prevent you from voting in person if you do not have your mail in ballot. If the system is so perfect it would be able to detect multiple votes from the same household.
    I hope they can*t prevent people from voting without mail-in ballots. Main reason being how hard would it be to *accidentally* send all the ballots to the *wrong address*? Or the mail deliver not delivering the ballots? Thusly no one could vote because they never received the ballots they never requested.

    Edit: I*ll add scenario number 2 where I can*t vote in person because I *already sent in a mail in ballot* when I never even requested nor received a mail in ballot...

    I don*t really expect problems like this in my area but I can definitely see that being a big city problem.

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    Default Re: IF YOU RECEIVED A MAIL-IN BALLOT AND CHOOSE TO VOTE IN PERSON

    Good info...Thanks..,

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    Default Re: IF YOU RECEIVED A MAIL-IN BALLOT AND CHOOSE TO VOTE IN PERSON

    I*m voting in person on November 3rd.

    If you guys see a breaking news feed from West Brandywine Township that a guy went postal at the precinct and got arrested for disorderly conduct, please start a Go-Fund-Me account for my legal fees.

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    Default Re: IF YOU RECEIVED A MAIL-IN BALLOT AND CHOOSE TO VOTE IN PERSON

    Still requested ballots from Monroe Co over 11 days ago,its been confirmed these were reieved and ballots should be mailed shortly. If they dont we will go vote Nov.3 but bring our chairs as me and the wife have had recent surgery .just seem our ballots had sufficient time to get mailed out to us,unless th wrong hands got to them first !Hopefully not !

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    Default Re: IF YOU RECEIVED A MAIL-IN BALLOT AND CHOOSE TO VOTE IN PERSON

    Well threw mine away weeks ago. This is bullshit. They can't stop me from voting.

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