Please note I am supporting in-person early voting for a good reason (see Absentee and Early Voting (elections.virginia.gov)). If you want to be certain your vote is counted, there is no substitute for voting in-person. When we vote in person, we can see whether or not our vote is rejected, and we can try to do something about it. When vote through the mail, we don’t have that option, and some mistakes will cause the rejection of our ballot.
- Signed, Sealed, Undelivered: Thousands Of Mail-In Ballots Rejected For Tardiness (npr.org)
- How to Vote by Mail In DC, Maryland, and Virginia (washingtonian.com)
Virginia does have a law that requires us to be notified if our absentee ballot is rejected, § 24.2-711.1. Absentee ballots; confirmation of receipt; notice of…
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