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    Default 📬 PA voters will pay for mail-in ballot postage

    🗳In 2020, the Wolf Administration paid the postage bill to send ballots. This year, the administration says there's no money for that expense.

    https://www.wnep.com/article/news/po...2-53b764772eda

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    Default Re: 📬 PA voters will pay for mail-in ballot postage

    Your thread title and post seems to imply that taxpayers didn't pay for it last year. That would be incorrect.
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    Default Re: 📬 PA voters will pay for mail-in ballot postage

    Quote Originally Posted by streaker69 View Post
    Your thread title and post seems to imply that taxpayers didn't pay for it last year. That would be incorrect.
    That's title as posted on wnep.com

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    Default Re: 📬 PA voters will pay for mail-in ballot postage

    Quote Originally Posted by GOYABEAN View Post
    That's title as posted on wnep.com
    Well that certainly doesn't make it any more accurate.

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    Default Re: 📬 PA voters will pay for mail-in ballot postage

    Quote Originally Posted by streaker69 View Post
    Your thread title and post seems to imply that taxpayers didn't pay for it last year. That would be incorrect.
    He could be being sarcastic

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    Default Re: 📬 PA voters will pay for mail-in ballot postage

    Hope there*s a shortage of stamps like everything else.

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    Default Re: 📬 PA voters will pay for mail-in ballot postage

    Quote Originally Posted by Qtrborecrazy View Post
    Hope there*s a shortage of stamps like everything else.
    There will be no shortage of laziness and a good portion of them won't be bothered with getting stamps for that.
    Fuck joe biden and the ho beside him

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    Default Re: 📬 PA voters will pay for mail-in ballot postage

    Quote Originally Posted by Qtrborecrazy View Post
    Hope there*s a shortage of stamps like everything else.
    Xiden will EO the USPS to accept all ballots without postage

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    Default Re: 📬 PA voters will pay for mail-in ballot postage

    Is postage a poll tax?

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    Default Re: 📬 PA voters will pay for mail-in ballot postage

    Hmm. That poses a very good question....
    It would be, IMHO, a form of a tax to vote....
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