Disabled People: Don’t Vote Absentee Unless You Absolutely Must!
It’s probably a little late for this but I just read that absentee voting costs the county – at least the county that I am living in – about $10 per ballot, which is about twice as much as each ballot costs the county on Election Day. I don’t know why that is, but I also know that many of the people that are casting absentee votes are giving “disability” for a reason they need to vote early.
Since this election is about ceasing the unnecessary spending in government and getting back to pooling our resources into things that are important, I implore you if you are disabled, please do not vote absentee, unless you really need to, to avoid the crowds, which is completely understandable. And I ask that anyone else who may attempt to fabricate a reason why they need to vote early, to avoid doing so. Show that you really believe in changing the way we do things for the greater good!
Since there isn’t much time until Election Day, please pass this on to anyone you think should read this.
I am Treadmarkz, and again, I approve this message.
Written by treadmarkz
November 1, 2008 at 8:40 PM
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