So, you’ve received your mail-in ballot materials. What now???
Your mail-in ballot materials come with:
Importantly – SIGN AND DATE THE RETURN BALLOT ENVELOPE.
More on how to return your mail-in ballot here:Drop boxes will be open October 5th and you can also drop mail-in ballots at open vote centers from October 27-November 3.
I’m partial to drop boxes for returning mail-in ballots. You can see size and scale, and just how secure and beautiful they are here.
.@Vote4DC will soon start mailing ballots + postage pre-paid return envelopes to registered voters! To vote by mail, complete your ballot, seal & sign as directed. Return by-?mail (asap, postmarked by 11/3);?secure drop box (by 11/3 8pm); or?open Vote Center (by 11/3 8pm). pic.twitter.com/Et87NdnIMD— Nightmerin Embalmer ???♀️ (@Erinfor4B02) September 21, 2020
Getting back to that funny hole in the secrecy sleeve and return ballot envelope
Bonus pic of me cozying up to my neighborhood drop box, as well as some of the specific language on the box: pic.twitter.com/47L3xFoNdP— Nightmerin Embalmer ???♀️ (@Erinfor4B02) September 30, 2020
You know why there’s a hole in your mail ballot return envelope? Because after the ballots are removed, they stack up the envelopes and run zip ties through them to make sure no ballots are left inside (it also helps w/ organization).— Mindy Moretti (@mindymoretti) September 30, 2020