Make Sure Your Mail Ballot Gets Counted
By an edhat reader
I have voted in person for decades until this year. I dropped off our mail-in ballots at the county elections office on Calle Real, and I saw them get stamped by a clerk. When I checked on the status of my ballot at the elections website, it was rejected as shown in the photo. It says it’s “curable”, and I am currently working on how to make that happen.
I encourage all of you to submit your mail-in ballots early enough to give yourselves enough time to get problems like this rectified. Vote early and get your ballot fixed so that it can count.