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Caution: Gadfly asks you to take note. The Gadflys did “mail-in” voting in November. And signed up to do so henceforth. About a month ago he received a letter from the local elections folk. Gadfly glanced at it quickly, noting a section at the bottom to fill out if he did not want to do mail-in again this time.
Gadfly saw the letter as an opportunity to bail out if he wanted.
Wanting to mail-in again, however, Gadfly put the letter aside to throw out.
Oops, he picked the letter up again just now and read it more thoroughly.
Sure, I could fill out the bottom of the front page of the letter and return it if I wanted to change my status and do in-person voting.
But I had to fill out the back of the form and return it if I wanted to remain “mail-in.”
I hadn’t noticed that. Careful you won’t make the same mistake.
By the way, we’ll be getting those mail-in ballots soon.
Are you giving all the candidates a chance?
Register to vote *May 3 deadline*
Request a mail-in ballot *Request by May 11*
Check your voter registration status
Northampton County Elections Office – 610-829-6260
Lehigh County Elections Office – 610-782-3194