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2020.09.24 13:02 flyinmacaronimonster Voting Starts Today: All You Need to Know About Voting in Michigan (also, why you should drop off your ballot instead of mailing it back)

IF YOU ARE REGISTERED TO VOTE, AND YOU HAVE NOT REQUESTED AN ABSENTEE BALLOT BY MAIL AS OF YET, YOU CAN VOTE IN-PERSON AT YOUR MUNICIPAL CLERK'S OFFICE, STARTING TODAY, ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24.
NOTE: When you are voting, you will be voting in your **MUNICIPALITY, NOT your County. Michigan, like Wisconsin, and all states in New England, administer their elections at the local level, not at the county level.
A decentralized directory of all municipal clerks is listed in the list of links at the bottom of the page.
For anybody that has not registered to vote yet, you can do so online, using this link:
https://mvic.sos.state.mi.us/RegisterVoteIndex
The deadline for voter registration, both online and by-mail ends on Monday, October 19. Having said that, Michigan, in fact, allows for same day voter registration on Election Day, so if you have not registered to vote as of Monday, October 19th, you still have time as you can go to the polls on Election Day, register to vote at your polling precinct, and then cast your ballot right then and there.
Be aware that if you are voting in-person you will be asked to present a photo ID. A list of acceptable photo IDs can be found in the links below.
https://www.michigan.gov/sos/0,4670,7-127-1633_8716-178123--,00.html [PHOTO ID/AFFIDAVIT
https://www.michigan.gov/sos/0,4670,7-127-5647_12539_29836-182649--,00.html [LIST OF ACCEPTABLE PHOTO ID]
If you do not have one, all you will have to do is sign an affidavit and vote with a standard ballot.
IF YOU ARE RECEIVING YOUR BALLOT BY MAIL.
If you are receiving your ballot by mail, once it arrives, READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE FILLING IN YOUR BALLOT, once you have read the instructions, fill in your ballot, and then MAKE SURE TO SIGN THE ENVELOPE IN THE CORRECT PLACE. This is an extremely important thing to be aware of as it is a common reason for rejection that is also easily avoidable.
If you have a bad or inconsistent signature, keep in mind that there is a cure process for mismatched signatures. HOWEVER, the process is only allowed time-permitting and the process needs to be complete by poll closing on Election Day.
From the Secretary of State's Website:
"Absentee ballots will not be counted unless the voter’s signature on the return envelope matches their signature in the Qualified Voter File. Should time permit, clerks will contact voters who submit a ballot with a signature that does not match. Clerks are instructed to make every attempt to contact a voter without delay if there is an issue with their ballot application or ballot."
So, in other words, try and drop off (AGAIN DROP OFF NOT MAIL IN) your ballot as soon as possible so that there can be enough time to correct any issues.
If you are voting absentee by mail I STRONGLY URGE YOU TO NOT MAIL BACK YOUR BALLOT. Instead, drop it off at a drop-box in your municipality. Almost all municipalities in Michigan have 24/7 drop-boxes, making it incredibly easy to drop off your ballot in Michigan.
(Please note that not every single municipality will have a drop-box available, so if you live in one of the few places that does not have a drop-box, I still urge you to hand-deliver your ballot to your Municipal Clerk's office.)
Ballots need to be returned by 8:00pm on Election Day.
Please note that, when sending back your ballot, it is important to note that you need to drop it off in the MUNICIPALITY that you are voting in, NOT anywhere within the county. For instance, if you live within the City of Detroit, you must drop your ballot off at a drop-box within the city limits of Detroit, and not anywhere else in Wayne County.
There is a link below of drop-boxes in all municipalities that have one (accurate as of September 5, 2020):
https://web.archive.org/web/20200914185250/https://www.michigan.gov/documents/sos/Ballot_Dropbox_Locations_697191_7.pdf [ARCHIVED LIST]
For some reason, Michigan decided to eliminate the centralized list of drop-boxes, and instead have decided to have the drop-box information be placed on each individual City Clerk's page within the decentralized directory.
https://mvic.sos.state.mi.us/VoteIndex
If you compare the two lists, there are gaps between the two lists.
As a completely random example try this: Search for Emmet County > Little Traverse Township. On the archived central list (FIRST LINK), there is a mention of a "slot on the building, to the right of the entrance door," available 24/7. On the decentralized directory (SECOND LINK), if you search for Emmet County > Little Traverse township, there is no mention of a drop-box or a mail-slot.
I have found that these irregularities between the two lists remain for several other municipalities. It is possible that they haven't been updated yet, and, if they are added in the near future, I will edit this post to reflect that.
What I would strongly urge you to do is, in the mean time, if there is a drop-box listed in the centralized archived list, but not in the decentralized directory, is to still assume that there is a drop-box available in your municipality and use it, or, if you are in doubt, contact your municipal clerk's office to clarify.
What I would also say, is that there may have been drop-boxes ADDED that have just not been updated yet.
LINKS TO SOURCES
https://mvic.sos.state.mi.us/Home/Index [MAIN PAGE FOR MICHIGAN VOTERS]
https://mvic.sos.state.mi.us/RegisterVoteIndex [REGISTER TO VOTE]
https://www.michigan.gov/sos/0,4670,7-127-5647_12539_29836-88646--,00.html [VOTER REGISTRATION DEADLINE]
https://www.michigan.gov/sos/0,4670,7-127-1633_8716_8728-21037--,00.html [ABSENTEE VOTING IN MICHIGAN]
https://www.michigan.gov/documents/sos/Ballot_Dropbox_Locations_697191_7.pdf [ UPDATED LINK (ASKS YOU TO REDIRECT YOU TO ANOTHER LINK)]
https://www.michigan.gov/sos/0,4670,7-127-1633_8716-178123--,00.html [PHOTO ID/AFFIDAVIT
https://mvic.sos.state.mi.us/VoteIndex [DECENTRALIZED MUNICIPAL CLERK DIRECTORY (ALSO DROP-BOXES; DROP-BOX INFO MAY NOT BE COMPLETELY UP TO DATE THOUGH)]
https://web.archive.org/web/20200914185250/https://www.michigan.gov/documents/sos/Ballot_Dropbox_Locations_697191_7.pdf [ARCHIVED LIST OF DROP-BOXES (YOU MAY USE THIS LIST IF THERE ARE GAPS IN THE DIRECTORY, AS LISTED ABOVE)]
https://www.michigan.gov/sos/0,4670,7-127-5647_12539_29836-182649--,00.html [LIST OF ACCEPTABLE PHOTO ID]
https://www.clickondetroit.com/decision-2020/2020/09/01/voting-by-mail-in-michigan-for-2020-general-election-what-to-know/ [absentee ballot dates and procedures]
https://www.fhgov.com/Government/Departments-Divisions/City-Clerk/Elections/Absent-Voter-Ballots.aspx [example of a city with absentee voting information available]
https://www.michigan.gov/sos/0,4670,7-127-5647_12539-537549--,00.html [SIGNATURE MISMATCH AND CURE PROCESS]
https://www.democracydocket.com/wp-content/themes/demdoc/assets/docs/Safeguarding-Our-Democracy-with-Vote-by-Mail.pdf [signature mismatch]
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2020.09.24 12:59 flyinmacaronimonster Voting Starts Today: All You Need to Know About Voting in Michigan (also, why you should drop off your ballot instead of mailing it back)

IF YOU ARE REGISTERED TO VOTE, AND YOU HAVE NOT REQUESTED AN ABSENTEE BALLOT BY MAIL AS OF YET, YOU CAN VOTE IN-PERSON AT YOUR MUNICIPAL CLERK'S OFFICE, STARTING TODAY, ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24. As well, satellite absentee voting locations will be established in a few cities for you to cast your vote, including Detroit and Ann Arbor. (See list of links at the bottom of the page).
NOTE: When you are voting, you will be voting in your **MUNICIPALITY, NOT your County. Michigan, like Wisconsin, and all states in New England, administer their elections at the local level, not at the county level.
A decentralized directory of all municipal clerks is listed in the list of links at the bottom of the page.
For anybody that has not registered to vote yet, you can do so online, using this link:
https://mvic.sos.state.mi.us/RegisterVoteIndex
The deadline for voter registration, both online and by-mail ends on Monday, October 19. Having said that, Michigan, in fact, allows for same day voter registration on Election Day, so if you have not registered to vote as of Monday, October 19th, you still have time as you can go to the polls on Election Day, register to vote at your polling precinct, and then cast your ballot right then and there.
Be aware that if you are voting in-person you will be asked to present a photo ID. A list of acceptable photo IDs can be found in the links below.
https://www.michigan.gov/sos/0,4670,7-127-1633_8716-178123--,00.html [PHOTO ID/AFFIDAVIT
https://www.michigan.gov/sos/0,4670,7-127-5647_12539_29836-182649--,00.html [LIST OF ACCEPTABLE PHOTO ID]
If you do not have one, all you will have to do is sign an affidavit and vote with a standard ballot.
IF YOU ARE RECEIVING YOUR BALLOT BY MAIL.
If you are receiving your ballot by mail, once it arrives, READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE FILLING IN YOUR BALLOT, once you have read the instructions, fill in your ballot, and then MAKE SURE TO SIGN THE ENVELOPE IN THE CORRECT PLACE. This is an extremely important thing to be aware of as it is a common reason for rejection that is also easily avoidable.
If you have a bad or inconsistent signature, keep in mind that there is a cure process for mismatched signatures. HOWEVER, the process is only allowed time-permitting and the process needs to be complete by poll closing on Election Day.
From the Secretary of State's Website:
"Absentee ballots will not be counted unless the voter’s signature on the return envelope matches their signature in the Qualified Voter File. Should time permit, clerks will contact voters who submit a ballot with a signature that does not match. Clerks are instructed to make every attempt to contact a voter without delay if there is an issue with their ballot application or ballot."
So, in other words, try and drop off (AGAIN DROP OFF NOT MAIL IN) your ballot as soon as possible so that there can be enough time to correct any issues.
If you are voting absentee by mail I STRONGLY URGE YOU TO NOT MAIL BACK YOUR BALLOT. Instead, drop it off at a drop-box in your municipality. Almost all municipalities in Michigan have 24/7 drop-boxes, making it incredibly easy to drop off your ballot in Michigan.
(Please note that not every single municipality will have a drop-box available, so if you live in one of the few places that does not have a drop-box, I still urge you to hand-deliver your ballot to your Municipal Clerk's office.)
Ballots need to be returned by 8:00pm on Election Day.
Please note that, when sending back your ballot, it is important to note that you need to drop it off in the MUNICIPALITY that you are voting in, NOT anywhere within the county. For instance, if you live within the City of Detroit, you must drop your ballot off at a drop-box within the city limits of Detroit, and not anywhere else in Wayne County.
There is a link below of drop-boxes in all municipalities that have one (accurate as of September 5, 2020):
https://web.archive.org/web/20200914185250/https://www.michigan.gov/documents/sos/Ballot_Dropbox_Locations_697191_7.pdf [ARCHIVED LIST]
For some reason, Michigan decided to eliminate the centralized list of drop-boxes, and instead have decided to have the drop-box information be placed on each individual City Clerk's page within the decentralized directory.
https://mvic.sos.state.mi.us/VoteIndex
If you compare the two lists, there are gaps between the two lists.
As a completely random example try this: Search for Emmet County > Little Traverse Township. On the archived central list (FIRST LINK), there is a mention of a "slot on the building, to the right of the entrance door," available 24/7. On the decentralized directory (SECOND LINK), if you search for Emmet County > Little Traverse township, there is no mention of a drop-box or a mail-slot.
I have found that these irregularities between the two lists remain for several other municipalities. It is possible that they haven't been updated yet, and, if they are added in the near future, I will edit this post to reflect that.
What I would strongly urge you to do is, in the mean time, if there is a drop-box listed in the centralized archived list, but not in the decentralized directory, is to still assume that there is a drop-box available in your municipality and use it, or, if you are in doubt, contact your municipal clerk's office to clarify.
What I would also say, is that there may have been drop-boxes ADDED that have just not been updated yet.
LINKS TO SOURCES
https://mvic.sos.state.mi.us/Home/Index [MAIN PAGE FOR MICHIGAN VOTERS]
https://mvic.sos.state.mi.us/RegisterVoteIndex [REGISTER TO VOTE]
https://www.michigan.gov/sos/0,4670,7-127-5647_12539_29836-88646--,00.html [VOTER REGISTRATION DEADLINE]
https://www.michigan.gov/sos/0,4670,7-127-1633_8716_8728-21037--,00.html [ABSENTEE VOTING IN MICHIGAN]
https://www.michigan.gov/documents/sos/Ballot_Dropbox_Locations_697191_7.pdf [ UPDATED LINK (ASKS YOU TO REDIRECT YOU TO ANOTHER LINK)]
https://www.michigan.gov/sos/0,4670,7-127-1633_8716-178123--,00.html [PHOTO ID/AFFIDAVIT
https://mvic.sos.state.mi.us/VoteIndex [DECENTRALIZED MUNICIPAL CLERK DIRECTORY (ALSO DROP-BOXES; DROP-BOX INFO MAY NOT BE COMPLETELY UP TO DATE THOUGH)]
https://web.archive.org/web/20200914185250/https://www.michigan.gov/documents/sos/Ballot_Dropbox_Locations_697191_7.pdf [ARCHIVED LIST OF DROP-BOXES (YOU MAY USE THIS LIST IF THERE ARE GAPS IN THE DIRECTORY, AS LISTED ABOVE)]
https://www.michigan.gov/sos/0,4670,7-127-5647_12539_29836-182649--,00.html [LIST OF ACCEPTABLE PHOTO ID]
https://www.clickondetroit.com/decision-2020/2020/09/01/voting-by-mail-in-michigan-for-2020-general-election-what-to-know/ [absentee ballot dates and procedures]
https://www.fhgov.com/Government/Departments-Divisions/City-Clerk/Elections/Absent-Voter-Ballots.aspx [example of a city with absentee voting information available]
https://detroitmi.gov/departments/elections [Detroit Satellite Absentee Voting locations]
https://www.clickondetroit.com/all-about-ann-arbo2020/09/22/a-look-inside-the-ann-arbor-city-clerks-u-m-museum-of-art-satellite-office/ [Ann Arbor Satellite Absentee Voting]
https://www.michigan.gov/sos/0,4670,7-127-5647_12539-537549--,00.html [SIGNATURE MISMATCH AND CURE PROCESS]
https://www.democracydocket.com/wp-content/themes/demdoc/assets/docs/Safeguarding-Our-Democracy-with-Vote-by-Mail.pdf [signature mismatch]
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2020.09.24 12:30 flyinmacaronimonster Voting Starts Today: All You Need to Know About Voting in Michigan (also, why you should drop off your ballot instead of mailing it back)

IF YOU ARE REGISTERED TO VOTE, AND YOU HAVE NOT REQUESTED AN ABSENTEE BALLOT BY MAIL AS OF YET, YOU CAN VOTE IN-PERSON AT YOUR MUNICIPAL CLERK'S OFFICE, STARTING TODAY, ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24. As well, satellite absentee voting locations will be established in a few cities for you to cast your vote, including Detroit and Ann Arbor. (See list of links at the bottom of the page).
NOTE: When you are voting, you will be voting in your **MUNICIPALITY, NOT your County. Michigan, like Wisconsin, and all states in New England, administer their elections at the local level, not at the county level.
A decentralized directory of all municipal clerks is listed in the list of links at the bottom of the page.
For anybody that has not registered to vote yet, you can do so online, using this link:
https://mvic.sos.state.mi.us/RegisterVoteIndex
The deadline for voter registration, both online and by-mail ends on Monday, October 19. Having said that, Michigan, in fact, allows for same day voter registration on Election Day, so if you have not registered to vote as of Monday, October 19th, you still have time as you can go to the polls on Election Day, register to vote at your polling precinct, and then cast your ballot right then and there.
Be aware that if you are voting in-person you will be asked to present a photo ID. A list of acceptable photo IDs can be found in the links below.
https://www.michigan.gov/sos/0,4670,7-127-1633_8716-178123--,00.html [PHOTO ID/AFFIDAVIT
https://www.michigan.gov/sos/0,4670,7-127-5647_12539_29836-182649--,00.html [LIST OF ACCEPTABLE PHOTO ID]
If you do not have one, all you will have to do is sign an affidavit and vote with a standard ballot.
IF YOU ARE RECEIVING YOUR BALLOT BY MAIL.
If you are receiving your ballot by mail, once it arrives, READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE FILLING IN YOUR BALLOT, once you have read the instructions, fill in your ballot, and then MAKE SURE TO SIGN THE ENVELOPE IN THE CORRECT PLACE. This is an extremely important thing to be aware of as it is a common reason for rejection that is also easily avoidable.
If you have a bad or inconsistent signature, keep in mind that there is a cure process for mismatched signatures. HOWEVER, the process is only allowed time-permitting and the process needs to be complete by poll closing on Election Day.
From the Secretary of State's Website:
"Absentee ballots will not be counted unless the voter’s signature on the return envelope matches their signature in the Qualified Voter File. Should time permit, clerks will contact voters who submit a ballot with a signature that does not match. Clerks are instructed to make every attempt to contact a voter without delay if there is an issue with their ballot application or ballot."
So, in other words, try and drop off (AGAIN DROP OFF NOT MAIL IN) your ballot as soon as possible so that there can be enough time to correct any issues.
If you are voting absentee by mail I STRONGLY URGE YOU TO NOT MAIL BACK YOUR BALLOT. Instead, drop it off at a drop-box in your municipality. Almost all municipalities in Michigan have 24/7 drop-boxes, making it incredibly easy to drop off your ballot in Michigan.
(Please note that not every single municipality will have a drop-box available, so if you live in one of the few places that does not have a drop-box, I still urge you to hand-deliver your ballot to your Municipal Clerk's office.)
Ballots need to be returned by 8:00pm on Election Day.
Please note that, when sending back your ballot, it is important to note that you need to drop it off in the MUNICIPALITY that you are voting in, NOT anywhere within the county. For instance, if you live within the City of Detroit, you must drop your ballot off at a drop-box within the city limits of Detroit, and not anywhere else in Wayne County.
There is a link below of drop-boxes in all municipalities that have one (accurate as of September 5, 2020):
https://web.archive.org/web/20200914185250/https://www.michigan.gov/documents/sos/Ballot_Dropbox_Locations_697191_7.pdf [ARCHIVED LIST]
For some reason, Michigan decided to eliminate the centralized list of drop-boxes, and instead have decided to have the drop-box information be placed on each individual City Clerk's page within the decentralized directory.
https://mvic.sos.state.mi.us/VoteIndex
If you compare the two lists, there are gaps between the two lists.
As a completely random example try this: Search for Emmet County > Little Traverse Township. On the archived central list (FIRST LINK), there is a mention of a "slot on the building, to the right of the entrance door," available 24/7. On the decentralized directory (SECOND LINK), if you search for Emmet County > Little Traverse township, there is no mention of a drop-box or a mail-slot.
I have found that these irregularities between the two lists remain for several other municipalities. It is possible that they haven't been updated yet, and, if they are added in the near future, I will edit this post to reflect that.
What I would strongly urge you to do is, in the mean time, if there is a drop-box listed in the centralized archived list, but not in the decentralized directory, is to still assume that there is a drop-box available in your municipality and use it, or, if you are in doubt, contact your municipal clerk's office to clarify.
What I would also say, is that there may have been drop-boxes ADDED that have just not been updated yet.
LINKS TO SOURCES
https://mvic.sos.state.mi.us/Home/Index [MAIN PAGE FOR MICHIGAN VOTERS]
https://mvic.sos.state.mi.us/RegisterVoteIndex [REGISTER TO VOTE]
https://www.michigan.gov/sos/0,4670,7-127-5647_12539_29836-88646--,00.html [VOTER REGISTRATION DEADLINE]
https://www.michigan.gov/sos/0,4670,7-127-1633_8716_8728-21037--,00.html [ABSENTEE VOTING IN MICHIGAN]
https://www.michigan.gov/documents/sos/Ballot_Dropbox_Locations_697191_7.pdf [ UPDATED LINK (ASKS YOU TO REDIRECT YOU TO ANOTHER LINK)]
https://www.michigan.gov/sos/0,4670,7-127-1633_8716-178123--,00.html [PHOTO ID/AFFIDAVIT
https://mvic.sos.state.mi.us/VoteIndex [DECENTRALIZED MUNICIPAL CLERK DIRECTORY (ALSO DROP-BOXES; DROP-BOX INFO MAY NOT BE COMPLETELY UP TO DATE THOUGH)]
https://web.archive.org/web/20200914185250/https://www.michigan.gov/documents/sos/Ballot_Dropbox_Locations_697191_7.pdf [ARCHIVED LIST OF DROP-BOXES (YOU MAY USE THIS LIST IF THERE ARE GAPS IN THE DIRECTORY, AS LISTED ABOVE)]
https://www.michigan.gov/sos/0,4670,7-127-5647_12539_29836-182649--,00.html [LIST OF ACCEPTABLE PHOTO ID]
https://www.clickondetroit.com/decision-2020/2020/09/01/voting-by-mail-in-michigan-for-2020-general-election-what-to-know/ [absentee ballot dates and procedures]
https://www.fhgov.com/Government/Departments-Divisions/City-Clerk/Elections/Absent-Voter-Ballots.aspx [example of a city with absentee voting information available]
https://detroitmi.gov/departments/elections [Detroit Satellite Absentee Voting locations]
https://www.clickondetroit.com/all-about-ann-arbo2020/09/22/a-look-inside-the-ann-arbor-city-clerks-u-m-museum-of-art-satellite-office/ [Ann Arbor Satellite Absentee Voting]
https://www.michigan.gov/sos/0,4670,7-127-5647_12539-537549--,00.html [SIGNATURE MISMATCH AND CURE PROCESS]
https://www.democracydocket.com/wp-content/themes/demdoc/assets/docs/Safeguarding-Our-Democracy-with-Vote-by-Mail.pdf [signature mismatch]
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2020.09.24 12:29 flyinmacaronimonster Voting Starts Today: All You Need to Know About Voting in Michigan (also, why you should drop off your ballot instead of mailing it back)

IF YOU ARE REGISTERED TO VOTE, AND YOU HAVE NOT REQUESTED AN ABSENTEE BALLOT BY MAIL AS OF YET, YOU CAN VOTE IN-PERSON AT YOUR MUNICIPAL CLERK'S OFFICE, STARTING TODAY, ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24. As well, satellite absentee voting locations will be established in a few cities for you to cast your vote, including Detroit and Ann Arbor. (See list of links at the bottom of the page).
NOTE: When you are voting, you will be voting in your **MUNICIPALITY, NOT your County. Michigan, like Wisconsin, and all states in New England, administer their elections at the local level, not at the county level.
A decentralized directory of all municipal clerks is listed in the list of links at the bottom of the page.
For anybody that has not registered to vote yet, you can do so online, using this link:
https://mvic.sos.state.mi.us/RegisterVoteIndex
The deadline for voter registration, both online and by-mail ends on Monday, October 19. Having said that, Michigan, in fact, allows for same day voter registration on Election Day, so if you have not registered to vote as of Monday, October 19th, you still have time as you can go to the polls on Election Day, register to vote at your polling precinct, and then cast your ballot right then and there.
Be aware that if you are voting in-person you will be asked to present a photo ID. A list of acceptable photo IDs can be found in the links below.
https://www.michigan.gov/sos/0,4670,7-127-1633_8716-178123--,00.html [PHOTO ID/AFFIDAVIT
https://www.michigan.gov/sos/0,4670,7-127-5647_12539_29836-182649--,00.html [LIST OF ACCEPTABLE PHOTO ID]
If you do not have one, all you will have to do is sign an affidavit and vote with a standard ballot.
IF YOU ARE RECEIVING YOUR BALLOT BY MAIL.
If you are receiving your ballot by mail, once it arrives, READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE FILLING IN YOUR BALLOT, once you have read the instructions, fill in your ballot, and then MAKE SURE TO SIGN THE ENVELOPE IN THE CORRECT PLACE. This is an extremely important thing to be aware of as it is a common reason for rejection that is also easily avoidable.
If you have a bad or inconsistent signature, keep in mind that there is a cure process for mismatched signatures. HOWEVER, the process is only allowed time-permitting and the process needs to be complete by poll closing on Election Day.
From the Secretary of State's Website:
"Absentee ballots will not be counted unless the voter’s signature on the return envelope matches their signature in the Qualified Voter File. Should time permit, clerks will contact voters who submit a ballot with a signature that does not match. Clerks are instructed to make every attempt to contact a voter without delay if there is an issue with their ballot application or ballot."
So, in other words, try and drop off (AGAIN DROP OFF NOT MAIL IN) your ballot as soon as possible so that there can be enough time to correct any issues.
If you are voting absentee by mail I STRONGLY URGE YOU TO NOT MAIL BACK YOUR BALLOT. Instead, drop it off at a drop-box in your municipality. Almost all municipalities in Michigan have 24/7 drop-boxes, making it incredibly easy to drop off your ballot in Michigan.
(Please note that not every single municipality will have a drop-box available, so if you live in one of the few places that does not have a drop-box, I still urge you to hand-deliver your ballot to your Municipal Clerk's office.)
Ballots need to be returned by 8:00pm on Election Day.
Please note that, when sending back your ballot, it is important to note that you need to drop it off in the MUNICIPALITY that you are voting in, NOT anywhere within the county. For instance, if you live within the City of Detroit, you must drop your ballot off at a drop-box within the city limits of Detroit, and not anywhere else in Wayne County.
There is a link below of drop-boxes in all municipalities that have one (accurate as of September 5, 2020):
https://web.archive.org/web/20200914185250/https://www.michigan.gov/documents/sos/Ballot_Dropbox_Locations_697191_7.pdf [ARCHIVED LIST]
For some reason, Michigan decided to eliminate the centralized list of drop-boxes, and instead have decided to have the drop-box information be placed on each individual City Clerk's page within the decentralized directory.
https://mvic.sos.state.mi.us/VoteIndex
If you compare the two lists, there are gaps between the two lists.
As a completely random example try this: Search for Emmet County > Little Traverse Township. On the archived central list (FIRST LINK), there is a mention of a "slot on the building, to the right of the entrance door," available 24/7. On the decentralized directory (SECOND LINK), if you search for Emmet County > Little Traverse township, there is no mention of a drop-box or a mail-slot.
I have found that these irregularities between the two lists remain for several other municipalities. It is possible that they haven't been updated yet, and, if they are added in the near future, I will edit this post to reflect that.
What I would strongly urge you to do is, in the mean time, if there is a drop-box listed in the centralized archived list, but not in the decentralized directory, is to still assume that there is a drop-box available in your municipality and use it, or, if you are in doubt, contact your municipal clerk's office to clarify.
What I would also say, is that there may have been drop-boxes ADDED that have just not been updated yet.
LINKS TO SOURCES
https://mvic.sos.state.mi.us/Home/Index [MAIN PAGE FOR MICHIGAN VOTERS]
https://mvic.sos.state.mi.us/RegisterVoteIndex [REGISTER TO VOTE]
https://www.michigan.gov/sos/0,4670,7-127-5647_12539_29836-88646--,00.html [VOTER REGISTRATION DEADLINE]
https://www.michigan.gov/sos/0,4670,7-127-1633_8716_8728-21037--,00.html [ABSENTEE VOTING IN MICHIGAN]
https://www.michigan.gov/documents/sos/Ballot_Dropbox_Locations_697191_7.pdf [ UPDATED LINK (ASKS YOU TO REDIRECT YOU TO ANOTHER LINK)]
https://www.michigan.gov/sos/0,4670,7-127-1633_8716-178123--,00.html [PHOTO ID/AFFIDAVIT
https://mvic.sos.state.mi.us/VoteIndex [DECENTRALIZED MUNICIPAL CLERK DIRECTORY (ALSO DROP-BOXES; DROP-BOX INFO MAY NOT BE COMPLETELY UP TO DATE THOUGH)]
https://web.archive.org/web/20200914185250/https://www.michigan.gov/documents/sos/Ballot_Dropbox_Locations_697191_7.pdf [ARCHIVED LIST OF DROP-BOXES (YOU MAY USE THIS LIST IF THERE ARE GAPS IN THE DIRECTORY, AS LISTED ABOVE)]
https://www.michigan.gov/sos/0,4670,7-127-5647_12539_29836-182649--,00.html [LIST OF ACCEPTABLE PHOTO ID]
https://www.clickondetroit.com/decision-2020/2020/09/01/voting-by-mail-in-michigan-for-2020-general-election-what-to-know/ [absentee ballot dates and procedures]
https://www.fhgov.com/Government/Departments-Divisions/City-Clerk/Elections/Absent-Voter-Ballots.aspx [example of a city with absentee voting information available]
https://detroitmi.gov/departments/elections [Detroit Satellite Absentee Voting locations]
https://www.clickondetroit.com/all-about-ann-arbo2020/09/22/a-look-inside-the-ann-arbor-city-clerks-u-m-museum-of-art-satellite-office/ [Ann Arbor Satellite Absentee Voting]
https://www.michigan.gov/sos/0,4670,7-127-5647_12539-537549--,00.html [SIGNATURE MISMATCH AND CURE PROCESS]
https://www.democracydocket.com/wp-content/themes/demdoc/assets/docs/Safeguarding-Our-Democracy-with-Vote-by-Mail.pdf [signature mismatch]
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2020.09.24 12:28 flyinmacaronimonster Voting Starts Today: All You Need to Know About Voting in Michigan (also, why you should drop off your ballot instead of mailing it back)

IF YOU ARE REGISTERED TO VOTE, AND YOU HAVE NOT REQUESTED AN ABSENTEE BALLOT BY MAIL AS OF YET, YOU CAN VOTE IN-PERSON AT YOUR MUNICIPAL CLERK'S OFFICE, STARTING TODAY, ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24. As well, satellite absentee voting locations will be established in a few cities for you to cast your vote, including Detroit and Ann Arbor. (See list of links at the bottom of the page).
NOTE: When you are voting, you will be voting in your **MUNICIPALITY, NOT your County. Michigan, like Wisconsin, and all states in New England, administer their elections at the local level, not at the county level.
A decentralized directory of all municipal clerks is listed in the list of links at the bottom of the page.
For anybody that has not registered to vote yet, you can do so online, using this link:
https://mvic.sos.state.mi.us/RegisterVoteIndex
The deadline for voter registration, both online and by-mail ends on Monday, October 19. Having said that, Michigan, in fact, allows for same day voter registration on Election Day, so if you have not registered to vote as of Monday, October 19th, you still have time as you can go to the polls on Election Day, register to vote at your polling precinct, and then cast your ballot right then and there.
Be aware that if you are voting in-person you will be asked to present a photo ID. A list of acceptable photo IDs can be found in the links below.
https://www.michigan.gov/sos/0,4670,7-127-1633_8716-178123--,00.html [PHOTO ID/AFFIDAVIT
https://www.michigan.gov/sos/0,4670,7-127-5647_12539_29836-182649--,00.html [LIST OF ACCEPTABLE PHOTO ID]
If you do not have one, all you will have to do is sign an affidavit and vote with a standard ballot.
IF YOU ARE RECEIVING YOUR BALLOT BY MAIL.
If you are receiving your ballot by mail, once it arrives, READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE FILLING IN YOUR BALLOT, once you have read the instructions, fill in your ballot, and then MAKE SURE TO SIGN THE ENVELOPE IN THE CORRECT PLACE. This is an extremely important thing to be aware of as it is a common reason for rejection that is also easily avoidable.
If you have a bad or inconsistent signature, keep in mind that there is a cure process for mismatched signatures. HOWEVER, the process is only allowed time-permitting and the process needs to be complete by poll closing on Election Day.
From the Secretary of State's Website:
"Absentee ballots will not be counted unless the voter’s signature on the return envelope matches their signature in the Qualified Voter File. Should time permit, clerks will contact voters who submit a ballot with a signature that does not match. Clerks are instructed to make every attempt to contact a voter without delay if there is an issue with their ballot application or ballot."
So, in other words, try and drop off (AGAIN DROP OFF NOT MAIL IN) your ballot as soon as possible so that there can be enough time to correct any issues.
If you are voting absentee by mail I STRONGLY URGE YOU TO NOT MAIL BACK YOUR BALLOT. Instead, drop it off at a drop-box in your municipality. Almost all municipalities in Michigan have 24/7 drop-boxes, making it incredibly easy to drop off your ballot in Michigan.
(Please note that not every single municipality will have a drop-box available, so if you live in one of the few places that does not have a drop-box, I still urge you to hand-deliver your ballot to your Municipal Clerk's office.)
Ballots need to be returned by 8:00pm on Election Day.
Please note that, when sending back your ballot, it is important to note that you need to drop it off in the MUNICIPALITY that you are voting in, NOT anywhere within the county. For instance, if you live within the City of Detroit, you must drop your ballot off at a drop-box within the city limits of Detroit, and not anywhere else in Wayne County.
There is a link below of drop-boxes in all municipalities that have one (accurate as of September 5, 2020):
https://web.archive.org/web/20200914185250/https://www.michigan.gov/documents/sos/Ballot_Dropbox_Locations_697191_7.pdf [ARCHIVED LIST]
For some reason, Michigan decided to eliminate the centralized list of drop-boxes, and instead have decided to have the drop-box information be placed on each individual City Clerk's page within the decentralized directory.
https://mvic.sos.state.mi.us/VoteIndex
If you compare the two lists, there are gaps between the two lists.
As a completely random example try this: Search for Emmet County > Little Traverse Township. On the archived central list (FIRST LINK), there is a mention of a "slot on the building, to the right of the entrance door," available 24/7. On the decentralized directory (SECOND LINK), if you search for Emmet County > Little Traverse township, there is no mention of a drop-box or a mail-slot.
I have found that these irregularities between the two lists remain for several other municipalities. It is possible that they haven't been updated yet, and, if they are added in the near future, I will edit this post to reflect that.
What I would strongly urge you to do is, in the mean time, if there is a drop-box listed in the centralized archived list, but not in the decentralized directory, is to still assume that there is a drop-box available in your municipality and use it, or, if you are in doubt, contact your municipal clerk's office to clarify.
What I would also say, is that there may have been drop-boxes ADDED that have just not been updated yet.
LINKS TO SOURCES
https://mvic.sos.state.mi.us/Home/Index [MAIN PAGE FOR MICHIGAN VOTERS]
https://mvic.sos.state.mi.us/RegisterVoteIndex [REGISTER TO VOTE]
https://www.michigan.gov/sos/0,4670,7-127-5647_12539_29836-88646--,00.html [VOTER REGISTRATION DEADLINE]
https://www.michigan.gov/sos/0,4670,7-127-1633_8716_8728-21037--,00.html [ABSENTEE VOTING IN MICHIGAN]
https://www.michigan.gov/documents/sos/Ballot_Dropbox_Locations_697191_7.pdf [ UPDATED LINK (ASKS YOU TO REDIRECT YOU TO ANOTHER LINK)]
https://www.michigan.gov/sos/0,4670,7-127-1633_8716-178123--,00.html [PHOTO ID/AFFIDAVIT
https://mvic.sos.state.mi.us/VoteIndex [DECENTRALIZED MUNICIPAL CLERK DIRECTORY (ALSO DROP-BOXES; DROP-BOX INFO MAY NOT BE COMPLETELY UP TO DATE THOUGH)]
https://web.archive.org/web/20200914185250/https://www.michigan.gov/documents/sos/Ballot_Dropbox_Locations_697191_7.pdf [ARCHIVED LIST OF DROP-BOXES (YOU MAY USE THIS LIST IF THERE ARE GAPS IN THE DIRECTORY, AS LISTED ABOVE)]
https://www.michigan.gov/sos/0,4670,7-127-5647_12539_29836-182649--,00.html [LIST OF ACCEPTABLE PHOTO ID]
https://www.clickondetroit.com/decision-2020/2020/09/01/voting-by-mail-in-michigan-for-2020-general-election-what-to-know/ [absentee ballot dates and procedures]
https://www.fhgov.com/Government/Departments-Divisions/City-Clerk/Elections/Absent-Voter-Ballots.aspx [example of a city with absentee voting information available]
https://detroitmi.gov/departments/elections [Detroit Satellite Absentee Voting locations]
https://www.clickondetroit.com/all-about-ann-arbo2020/09/22/a-look-inside-the-ann-arbor-city-clerks-u-m-museum-of-art-satellite-office/ [Ann Arbor Satellite Absentee Voting]
https://www.michigan.gov/sos/0,4670,7-127-5647_12539-537549--,00.html [SIGNATURE MISMATCH AND CURE PROCESS]
https://www.democracydocket.com/wp-content/themes/demdoc/assets/docs/Safeguarding-Our-Democracy-with-Vote-by-Mail.pdf [signature mismatch]
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2020.09.24 12:24 flyinmacaronimonster Maryland Has Made it Extremely Easy to Vote Absentee-by-Mail, so Take Advantage of It

Hey Marylanders, today is the first day that ballots are starting to go out to all registered voters who have put in their request for an absentee ballot.
If you have not registered to vote, do so right now. You can register to vote online using this link:
https://elections.maryland.gov/voter_registration/index.html
I just want to say, at the outset, that Maryland has greatly expanded access to absentee voting-by-mail to level of long-time vote-by-mail states like Oregon and Washington.
Still, voting in-person is an option.
If you are planning on voting in person, skip to the VOTING IN-PERSON section down below.
VOTING ABSENTEE-BY-MAIL
If you have not sent in your request yet, what you need to know is that there are 2 ways to receive your ballot: you can either have it mailed to you or emailed to you (it's emailed to you, you download it and then you send that in). Maryland Election Officials generally discourage getting your ballot by email unless it's for a good reason.
For example, if you have applied for a ballot to be sent to you by mail, but it hasn't arrived as of, say, Tuesday, October 20, you can request a ballot to be emailed to you as a replacement ballot, which you would download and then drop off in a drop-box in your county.
In truth, you don't need a reason to have a ballot emailed to you instead of mailed, and you may feel free choose this option. The reason why is having a ballot mailed to you is more preferred is that it happens to be more cumbersome to process and takes longer to count a ballots if it is sent digitally instead of it being mailed (see the list of links at the bottom of the page for more explanation on this).
Again, don't let this discourage you from from requesting a digitally-sent ballot, for those of you have if you have not requested your ballot yet, and want another option for receiving their ballot.
Whichever way you choose to vote, once you get your ballot, READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY, fill out your ballot, and then SIGN YOUR NAME IN THE CORRECT PLACE.
Once you have done so, ABSOLUTELY DO NOT MAIL IT BACK.
Instead, drop it off at a drop box.
You may also hand-deliver it to your County Board of Elections office, an Early Voting Center, or an Election Day Voting Center [see list of links at the bottom of the page].
VOTING IN-PERSON
If you want to vote in-person, Early Voting starts on Monday, October 26. Early voting is available daily at Early Voting Centers (including Saturdays and Sundays) until Monday, November 2. In-person voting on Election Day at an Election Day Voting Center is another option, though I would say it is highly recommended that you consider early voting.
Maryland does not have any voter ID requirements, except for first time voters.
LINKS TO OTHER SOURCES:
https://www.marylandattorneygeneral.gov/Pages/votingFAQ.aspx
https://elections.maryland.gov/about/county_boards.html [COUNTY BOARDS OF ELECTIONS]
https://elections.maryland.gov/elections/2020/PG20_Drop%20Box%20Locations.pdf [DROP-BOXES]
https://elections.maryland.gov/elections/2020/2020%20Early%20Voting%20Centers.pdf [EARLY VOTING CENTERS; can also drop off your ballot here]
https://elections.maryland.gov/elections/2020/PG20_List%20of%20Election%20Day%20Vote%20Centers.pdf [ELECTION DAY VOTE CENTERS; can also drop off your ballot here]
https://elections.maryland.gov/voter_registration/index.html
https://elections.maryland.gov/voting/absentee.html
https://elections.maryland.gov/voting/early_voting.html
https://www.marylandattorneygeneral.gov/Pages/votingFAQ.aspx#7 [NO VOTER ID (except for first-time voters in Maryland)]
https://www.montgomerycountymd.gov/Elections/Resources/Files/pdfs/2020%20FAQs/FAQs%20-%20PG2020%20Rev%20082620.pdf [send out date]
https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/letters-to-the-editomarylands-online-option-for-receiving-mail-in-ballots-could-overwhelm-election-workers/2020/07/28/1939d6b8-d020-11ea-826b-cc394d824e35_story.html [why ballots should be mailed as a default instead of emailed]
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2020.09.24 12:24 flyinmacaronimonster Maryland Has Made it Extremely Easy to Vote Absentee-by-Mail, so Take Advantage of It

Hey Marylanders, today is the first day that ballots are starting to go out to all registered voters who have put in their request for an absentee ballot.
If you have not registered to vote, do so right now. You can register to vote online using this link:
https://elections.maryland.gov/voter_registration/index.html
I just want to say, at the outset, that Maryland has greatly expanded access to absentee voting-by-mail to level of long-time vote-by-mail states like Oregon and Washington.
Still, voting in-person is an option.
If you are planning on voting in person, skip to the VOTING IN-PERSON section down below.
VOTING ABSENTEE-BY-MAIL
If you have not sent in your request yet, what you need to know is that there are 2 ways to receive your ballot: you can either have it mailed to you or emailed to you (it's emailed to you, you download it and then you send that in). Maryland Election Officials generally discourage getting your ballot by email unless it's for a good reason.
For example, if you have applied for a ballot to be sent to you by mail, but it hasn't arrived as of, say, Tuesday, October 20, you can request a ballot to be emailed to you as a replacement ballot, which you would download and then drop off in a drop-box in your county.
In truth, you don't need a reason to have a ballot emailed to you instead of mailed, and you may feel free choose this option. The reason why is having a ballot mailed to you is more preferred is that it happens to be more cumbersome to process and takes longer to count a ballots if it is sent digitally instead of it being mailed (see the list of links at the bottom of the page for more explanation on this).
Again, don't let this discourage you from from requesting a digitally-sent ballot, for those of you have if you have not requested your ballot yet, and want another option for receiving their ballot.
Whichever way you choose to vote, once you get your ballot, READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY, fill out your ballot, and then SIGN YOUR NAME IN THE CORRECT PLACE.
Once you have done so, ABSOLUTELY DO NOT MAIL IT BACK.
Instead, drop it off at a drop box.
You may also hand-deliver it to your County Board of Elections office, an Early Voting Center, or an Election Day Voting Center [see list of links at the bottom of the page].
VOTING IN-PERSON
If you want to vote in-person, Early Voting starts on Monday, October 26. Early voting is available daily at Early Voting Centers (including Saturdays and Sundays) until Monday, November 2. In-person voting on Election Day at an Election Day Voting Center is another option, though I would say it is highly recommended that you consider early voting.
Maryland does not have any voter ID requirements, except for first time voters.
LINKS TO OTHER SOURCES:
https://www.marylandattorneygeneral.gov/Pages/votingFAQ.aspx
https://elections.maryland.gov/about/county_boards.html [COUNTY BOARDS OF ELECTIONS]
https://elections.maryland.gov/elections/2020/PG20_Drop%20Box%20Locations.pdf [DROP-BOXES]
https://elections.maryland.gov/elections/2020/2020%20Early%20Voting%20Centers.pdf [EARLY VOTING CENTERS; can also drop off your ballot here]
https://elections.maryland.gov/elections/2020/PG20_List%20of%20Election%20Day%20Vote%20Centers.pdf [ELECTION DAY VOTE CENTERS; can also drop off your ballot here]
https://elections.maryland.gov/voter_registration/index.html
https://elections.maryland.gov/voting/absentee.html
https://elections.maryland.gov/voting/early_voting.html
https://www.marylandattorneygeneral.gov/Pages/votingFAQ.aspx#7 [NO VOTER ID (except for first-time voters in Maryland)]
https://www.montgomerycountymd.gov/Elections/Resources/Files/pdfs/2020%20FAQs/FAQs%20-%20PG2020%20Rev%20082620.pdf [send out date]
https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/letters-to-the-editomarylands-online-option-for-receiving-mail-in-ballots-could-overwhelm-election-workers/2020/07/28/1939d6b8-d020-11ea-826b-cc394d824e35_story.html [why ballots should be mailed as a default instead of emailed]
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2020.09.24 12:24 flyinmacaronimonster Maryland Has Made it Extremely Easy to Vote Absentee-by-Mail, so Take Advantage of It

Hey Marylanders, today is the first day that ballots are starting to go out to all registered voters who have put in their request for an absentee ballot.
If you have not registered to vote, do so right now. You can register to vote online using this link:
https://elections.maryland.gov/voter_registration/index.html
I just want to say, at the outset, that Maryland has greatly expanded access to absentee voting-by-mail to level of long-time vote-by-mail states like Oregon and Washington.
Still, voting in-person is an option.
If you are planning on voting in person, skip to the VOTING IN-PERSON section down below.
VOTING ABSENTEE-BY-MAIL
If you have not sent in your request yet, what you need to know is that there are 2 ways to receive your ballot: you can either have it mailed to you or emailed to you (it's emailed to you, you download it and then you send that in). Maryland Election Officials generally discourage getting your ballot by email unless it's for a good reason.
For example, if you have applied for a ballot to be sent to you by mail, but it hasn't arrived as of, say, Tuesday, October 20, you can request a ballot to be emailed to you as a replacement ballot, which you would download and then drop off in a drop-box in your county.
In truth, you don't need a reason to have a ballot emailed to you instead of mailed, and you may feel free choose this option. The reason why is having a ballot mailed to you is more preferred is that it happens to be more cumbersome to process and takes longer to count a ballots if it is sent digitally instead of it being mailed (see the list of links at the bottom of the page for more explanation on this).
Again, don't let this discourage you from from requesting a digitally-sent ballot, for those of you have if you have not requested your ballot yet, and want another option for receiving their ballot.
Whichever way you choose to vote, once you get your ballot, READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY, fill out your ballot, and then SIGN YOUR NAME IN THE CORRECT PLACE.
Once you have done so, ABSOLUTELY DO NOT MAIL IT BACK.
Instead, drop it off at a drop box.
You may also hand-deliver it to your County Board of Elections office, an Early Voting Center, or an Election Day Voting Center [see list of links at the bottom of the page].
VOTING IN-PERSON
If you want to vote in-person, Early Voting starts on Monday, October 26. Early voting is available daily at Early Voting Centers (including Saturdays and Sundays) until Monday, November 2. In-person voting on Election Day at an Election Day Voting Center is another option, though I would say it is highly recommended that you consider early voting.
Maryland does not have any voter ID requirements, except for first time voters.
LINKS TO OTHER SOURCES:
https://www.marylandattorneygeneral.gov/Pages/votingFAQ.aspx
https://elections.maryland.gov/about/county_boards.html [COUNTY BOARDS OF ELECTIONS]
https://elections.maryland.gov/elections/2020/PG20_Drop%20Box%20Locations.pdf [DROP-BOXES]
https://elections.maryland.gov/elections/2020/2020%20Early%20Voting%20Centers.pdf [EARLY VOTING CENTERS; can also drop off your ballot here]
https://elections.maryland.gov/elections/2020/PG20_List%20of%20Election%20Day%20Vote%20Centers.pdf [ELECTION DAY VOTE CENTERS; can also drop off your ballot here]
https://elections.maryland.gov/voter_registration/index.html
https://elections.maryland.gov/voting/absentee.html
https://elections.maryland.gov/voting/early_voting.html
https://www.marylandattorneygeneral.gov/Pages/votingFAQ.aspx#7 [NO VOTER ID (except for first-time voters in Maryland)]
https://www.montgomerycountymd.gov/Elections/Resources/Files/pdfs/2020%20FAQs/FAQs%20-%20PG2020%20Rev%20082620.pdf [send out date]
https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/letters-to-the-editomarylands-online-option-for-receiving-mail-in-ballots-could-overwhelm-election-workers/2020/07/28/1939d6b8-d020-11ea-826b-cc394d824e35_story.html [why ballots should be mailed as a default instead of emailed]
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2020.09.24 12:23 flyinmacaronimonster Maryland Has Made it Extremely Easy to Vote Absentee-by-Mail, so Take Advantage of It

Hey Marylanders, today is the first day that ballots are starting to go out to all registered voters who have put in their request for an absentee ballot.
If you have not registered to vote, do so right now. You can register to vote online using this link:
https://elections.maryland.gov/voter_registration/index.html
I just want to say, at the outset, that Maryland has greatly expanded access to absentee voting-by-mail to level of long-time vote-by-mail states like Oregon and Washington.
Still, voting in-person is an option.
If you are planning on voting in person, skip to the VOTING IN-PERSON section down below.
VOTING ABSENTEE-BY-MAIL
If you have not sent in your request yet, what you need to know is that there are 2 ways to receive your ballot: you can either have it mailed to you or emailed to you (it's emailed to you, you download it and then you send that in). Maryland Election Officials generally discourage getting your ballot by email unless it's for a good reason.
For example, if you have applied for a ballot to be sent to you by mail, but it hasn't arrived as of, say, Tuesday, October 20, you can request a ballot to be emailed to you as a replacement ballot, which you would download and then drop off in a drop-box in your county.
In truth, you don't need a reason to have a ballot emailed to you instead of mailed, and you may feel free choose this option. The reason why is having a ballot mailed to you is more preferred is that it happens to be more cumbersome to process and takes longer to count a ballots if it is sent digitally instead of it being mailed (see the list of links at the bottom of the page for more explanation on this).
Again, don't let this discourage you from from requesting a digitally-sent ballot, for those of you have if you have not requested your ballot yet, and want another option for receiving their ballot.
Whichever way you choose to vote, once you get your ballot, READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY, fill out your ballot, and then SIGN YOUR NAME IN THE CORRECT PLACE.
Once you have done so, ABSOLUTELY DO NOT MAIL IT BACK.
Instead, drop it off at a drop box.
You may also hand-deliver it to your County Board of Elections office, an Early Voting Center, or an Election Day Voting Center [see list of links at the bottom of the page].
VOTING IN-PERSON
If you want to vote in-person, Early Voting starts on Monday, October 26. Early voting is available daily at Early Voting Centers (including Saturdays and Sundays) until Monday, November 2. In-person voting on Election Day at an Election Day Voting Center is another option, though I would say it is highly recommended that you consider early voting.
Maryland does not have any voter ID requirements, except for first time voters.
LINKS TO OTHER SOURCES:
https://www.marylandattorneygeneral.gov/Pages/votingFAQ.aspx
https://elections.maryland.gov/about/county_boards.html [COUNTY BOARDS OF ELECTIONS]
https://elections.maryland.gov/elections/2020/PG20_Drop%20Box%20Locations.pdf [DROP-BOXES]
https://elections.maryland.gov/elections/2020/2020%20Early%20Voting%20Centers.pdf [EARLY VOTING CENTERS; can also drop off your ballot here]
https://elections.maryland.gov/elections/2020/PG20_List%20of%20Election%20Day%20Vote%20Centers.pdf [ELECTION DAY VOTE CENTERS; can also drop off your ballot here]
https://elections.maryland.gov/voter_registration/index.html
https://elections.maryland.gov/voting/absentee.html
https://elections.maryland.gov/voting/early_voting.html
https://www.marylandattorneygeneral.gov/Pages/votingFAQ.aspx#7 [NO VOTER ID (except for first-time voters in Maryland)]
https://www.montgomerycountymd.gov/Elections/Resources/Files/pdfs/2020%20FAQs/FAQs%20-%20PG2020%20Rev%20082620.pdf [send out date]
https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/letters-to-the-editomarylands-online-option-for-receiving-mail-in-ballots-could-overwhelm-election-workers/2020/07/28/1939d6b8-d020-11ea-826b-cc394d824e35_story.html [why ballots should be mailed as a default instead of emailed]
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2020.09.24 12:23 flyinmacaronimonster Maryland Has Made it Extremely Easy to Vote Absentee-by-Mail, so Take Advantage of It

Hey Marylanders, today is the first day that ballots are starting to go out to all registered voters who have put in their request for an absentee ballot.
If you have not registered to vote, do so right now. You can register to vote online using this link:
https://elections.maryland.gov/voter_registration/index.html
I just want to say, at the outset, that Maryland has greatly expanded access to absentee voting-by-mail to level of long-time vote-by-mail states like Oregon and Washington.
Still, voting in-person is an option.
If you are planning on voting in person, skip to the VOTING IN-PERSON section down below.
VOTING ABSENTEE-BY-MAIL
If you have not sent in your request yet, what you need to know is that there are 2 ways to receive your ballot: you can either have it mailed to you or emailed to you (it's emailed to you, you download it and then you send that in). Maryland Election Officials generally discourage getting your ballot by email unless it's for a good reason.
For example, if you have applied for a ballot to be sent to you by mail, but it hasn't arrived as of, say, Tuesday, October 20, you can request a ballot to be emailed to you as a replacement ballot, which you would download and then drop off in a drop-box in your county.
In truth, you don't need a reason to have a ballot emailed to you instead of mailed, and you may feel free choose this option. The reason why is having a ballot mailed to you is more preferred is that it happens to be more cumbersome to process and takes longer to count a ballots if it is sent digitally instead of it being mailed (see the list of links at the bottom of the page for more explanation on this).
Again, don't let this discourage you from from requesting a digitally-sent ballot, for those of you have if you have not requested your ballot yet, and want another option for receiving their ballot.
Whichever way you choose to vote, once you get your ballot, READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY, fill out your ballot, and then SIGN YOUR NAME IN THE CORRECT PLACE.
Once you have done so, ABSOLUTELY DO NOT MAIL IT BACK.
Instead, drop it off at a drop box.
You may also hand-deliver it to your County Board of Elections office, an Early Voting Center, or an Election Day Voting Center [see list of links at the bottom of the page].
VOTING IN-PERSON
If you want to vote in-person, Early Voting starts on Monday, October 26. Early voting is available daily at Early Voting Centers (including Saturdays and Sundays) until Monday, November 2. In-person voting on Election Day at an Election Day Voting Center is another option, though I would say it is highly recommended that you consider early voting.
Maryland does not have any voter ID requirements, except for first time voters.
LINKS TO OTHER SOURCES:
https://www.marylandattorneygeneral.gov/Pages/votingFAQ.aspx
https://elections.maryland.gov/about/county_boards.html [COUNTY BOARDS OF ELECTIONS]
https://elections.maryland.gov/elections/2020/PG20_Drop%20Box%20Locations.pdf [DROP-BOXES]
https://elections.maryland.gov/elections/2020/2020%20Early%20Voting%20Centers.pdf [EARLY VOTING CENTERS; can also drop off your ballot here]
https://elections.maryland.gov/elections/2020/PG20_List%20of%20Election%20Day%20Vote%20Centers.pdf [ELECTION DAY VOTE CENTERS; can also drop off your ballot here]
https://elections.maryland.gov/voter_registration/index.html
https://elections.maryland.gov/voting/absentee.html
https://elections.maryland.gov/voting/early_voting.html
https://www.marylandattorneygeneral.gov/Pages/votingFAQ.aspx#7 [NO VOTER ID (except for first-time voters in Maryland)]
https://www.montgomerycountymd.gov/Elections/Resources/Files/pdfs/2020%20FAQs/FAQs%20-%20PG2020%20Rev%20082620.pdf [send out date]
https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/letters-to-the-editomarylands-online-option-for-receiving-mail-in-ballots-could-overwhelm-election-workers/2020/07/28/1939d6b8-d020-11ea-826b-cc394d824e35_story.html [why ballots should be mailed as a default instead of emailed]
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2020.09.24 12:23 flyinmacaronimonster Maryland Has Made it Extremely Easy to Vote Absentee-by-Mail, so Take Advantage of It

Hey Marylanders, today is the first day that ballots are starting to go out to all registered voters who have put in their request for an absentee ballot.
If you have not registered to vote, do so right now. You can register to vote online using this link:
https://elections.maryland.gov/voter_registration/index.html
I just want to say, at the outset, that Maryland has greatly expanded access to absentee voting-by-mail to level of long-time vote-by-mail states like Oregon and Washington.
Still, voting in-person is an option.
If you are planning on voting in person, skip to the VOTING IN-PERSON section down below.
VOTING ABSENTEE-BY-MAIL
If you have not sent in your request yet, what you need to know is that there are 2 ways to receive your ballot: you can either have it mailed to you or emailed to you (it's emailed to you, you download it and then you send that in). Maryland Election Officials generally discourage getting your ballot by email unless it's for a good reason.
For example, if you have applied for a ballot to be sent to you by mail, but it hasn't arrived as of, say, Tuesday, October 20, you can request a ballot to be emailed to you as a replacement ballot, which you would download and then drop off in a drop-box in your county.
In truth, you don't need a reason to have a ballot emailed to you instead of mailed, and you may feel free choose this option. The reason why is having a ballot mailed to you is more preferred is that it happens to be more cumbersome to process and takes longer to count a ballots if it is sent digitally instead of it being mailed (see the list of links at the bottom of the page for more explanation on this).
Again, don't let this discourage you from from requesting a digitally-sent ballot, for those of you have if you have not requested your ballot yet, and want another option for receiving their ballot.
Whichever way you choose to vote, once you get your ballot, READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY, fill out your ballot, and then SIGN YOUR NAME IN THE CORRECT PLACE.
Once you have done so, ABSOLUTELY DO NOT MAIL IT BACK.
Instead, drop it off at a drop box.
You may also hand-deliver it to your County Board of Elections office, an Early Voting Center, or an Election Day Voting Center [see list of links at the bottom of the page].
VOTING IN-PERSON
If you want to vote in-person, Early Voting starts on Monday, October 26. Early voting is available daily at Early Voting Centers (including Saturdays and Sundays) until Monday, November 2. In-person voting on Election Day at an Election Day Voting Center is another option, though I would say it is highly recommended that you consider early voting.
Maryland does not have any voter ID requirements, except for first time voters.
LINKS TO OTHER SOURCES:
https://www.marylandattorneygeneral.gov/Pages/votingFAQ.aspx
https://elections.maryland.gov/about/county_boards.html [COUNTY BOARDS OF ELECTIONS]
https://elections.maryland.gov/elections/2020/PG20_Drop%20Box%20Locations.pdf [DROP-BOXES]
https://elections.maryland.gov/elections/2020/2020%20Early%20Voting%20Centers.pdf [EARLY VOTING CENTERS; can also drop off your ballot here]
https://elections.maryland.gov/elections/2020/PG20_List%20of%20Election%20Day%20Vote%20Centers.pdf [ELECTION DAY VOTE CENTERS; can also drop off your ballot here]
https://elections.maryland.gov/voter_registration/index.html
https://elections.maryland.gov/voting/absentee.html
https://elections.maryland.gov/voting/early_voting.html
https://www.marylandattorneygeneral.gov/Pages/votingFAQ.aspx#7 [NO VOTER ID (except for first-time voters in Maryland)]
https://www.montgomerycountymd.gov/Elections/Resources/Files/pdfs/2020%20FAQs/FAQs%20-%20PG2020%20Rev%20082620.pdf [send out date]
https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/letters-to-the-editomarylands-online-option-for-receiving-mail-in-ballots-could-overwhelm-election-workers/2020/07/28/1939d6b8-d020-11ea-826b-cc394d824e35_story.html [why ballots should be mailed as a default instead of emailed]
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2020.09.24 12:23 flyinmacaronimonster Maryland Has Made it Extremely Easy to Vote Absentee-by-Mail, so Take Advantage of It

Hey Marylanders, today is the first day that ballots are starting to go out to all registered voters who have put in their request for an absentee ballot.
If you have not registered to vote, do so right now. You can register to vote online using this link:
https://elections.maryland.gov/voter_registration/index.html
I just want to say, at the outset, that Maryland has greatly expanded access to absentee voting-by-mail to level of long-time vote-by-mail states like Oregon and Washington.
Still, voting in-person is an option.
If you are planning on voting in person, skip to the VOTING IN-PERSON section down below.
VOTING ABSENTEE-BY-MAIL
If you have not sent in your request yet, what you need to know is that there are 2 ways to receive your ballot: you can either have it mailed to you or emailed to you (it's emailed to you, you download it and then you send that in). Maryland Election Officials generally discourage getting your ballot by email unless it's for a good reason.
For example, if you have applied for a ballot to be sent to you by mail, but it hasn't arrived as of, say, Tuesday, October 20, you can request a ballot to be emailed to you as a replacement ballot, which you would download and then drop off in a drop-box in your county.
In truth, you don't need a reason to have a ballot emailed to you instead of mailed, and you may feel free choose this option. The reason why is having a ballot mailed to you is more preferred is that it happens to be more cumbersome to process and takes longer to count a ballots if it is sent digitally instead of it being mailed (see the list of links at the bottom of the page for more explanation on this).
Again, don't let this discourage you from from requesting a digitally-sent ballot, for those of you have if you have not requested your ballot yet, and want another option for receiving their ballot.
Whichever way you choose to vote, once you get your ballot, READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY, fill out your ballot, and then SIGN YOUR NAME IN THE CORRECT PLACE.
Once you have done so, ABSOLUTELY DO NOT MAIL IT BACK.
Instead, drop it off at a drop box.
You may also hand-deliver it to your County Board of Elections office, an Early Voting Center, or an Election Day Voting Center [see list of links at the bottom of the page].
VOTING IN-PERSON
If you want to vote in-person, Early Voting starts on Monday, October 26. Early voting is available daily at Early Voting Centers (including Saturdays and Sundays) until Monday, November 2. In-person voting on Election Day at an Election Day Voting Center is another option, though I would say it is highly recommended that you consider early voting.
Maryland does not have any voter ID requirements, except for first time voters.
LINKS TO OTHER SOURCES:
https://www.marylandattorneygeneral.gov/Pages/votingFAQ.aspx
https://elections.maryland.gov/about/county_boards.html [COUNTY BOARDS OF ELECTIONS]
https://elections.maryland.gov/elections/2020/PG20_Drop%20Box%20Locations.pdf [DROP-BOXES]
https://elections.maryland.gov/elections/2020/2020%20Early%20Voting%20Centers.pdf [EARLY VOTING CENTERS; can also drop off your ballot here]
https://elections.maryland.gov/elections/2020/PG20_List%20of%20Election%20Day%20Vote%20Centers.pdf [ELECTION DAY VOTE CENTERS; can also drop off your ballot here]
https://elections.maryland.gov/voter_registration/index.html
https://elections.maryland.gov/voting/absentee.html
https://elections.maryland.gov/voting/early_voting.html
https://www.marylandattorneygeneral.gov/Pages/votingFAQ.aspx#7 [NO VOTER ID (except for first-time voters in Maryland)]
https://www.montgomerycountymd.gov/Elections/Resources/Files/pdfs/2020%20FAQs/FAQs%20-%20PG2020%20Rev%20082620.pdf [send out date]
https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/letters-to-the-editomarylands-online-option-for-receiving-mail-in-ballots-could-overwhelm-election-workers/2020/07/28/1939d6b8-d020-11ea-826b-cc394d824e35_story.html [why ballots should be mailed as a default instead of emailed]
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2020.09.24 12:23 flyinmacaronimonster Maryland Has Made it Extremely Easy to Vote Absentee-by-Mail, so Take Advantage of It

Hey Marylanders, today is the first day that ballots are starting to go out to all registered voters who have put in their request for an absentee ballot.
If you have not registered to vote, do so right now. You can register to vote online using this link:
https://elections.maryland.gov/voter_registration/index.html
I just want to say, at the outset, that Maryland has greatly expanded access to absentee voting-by-mail to level of long-time vote-by-mail states like Oregon and Washington.
Still, voting in-person is an option.
If you are planning on voting in person, skip to the VOTING IN-PERSON section down below.
VOTING ABSENTEE-BY-MAIL
If you have not sent in your request yet, what you need to know is that there are 2 ways to receive your ballot: you can either have it mailed to you or emailed to you (it's emailed to you, you download it and then you send that in). Maryland Election Officials generally discourage getting your ballot by email unless it's for a good reason.
For example, if you have applied for a ballot to be sent to you by mail, but it hasn't arrived as of, say, Tuesday, October 20, you can request a ballot to be emailed to you as a replacement ballot, which you would download and then drop off in a drop-box in your county.
In truth, you don't need a reason to have a ballot emailed to you instead of mailed, and you may feel free choose this option. The reason why is having a ballot mailed to you is more preferred is that it happens to be more cumbersome to process and takes longer to count a ballots if it is sent digitally instead of it being mailed (see the list of links at the bottom of the page for more explanation on this).
Again, don't let this discourage you from from requesting a digitally-sent ballot, for those of you have if you have not requested your ballot yet, and want another option for receiving their ballot.
Whichever way you choose to vote, once you get your ballot, READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY, fill out your ballot, and then SIGN YOUR NAME IN THE CORRECT PLACE.
Once you have done so, ABSOLUTELY DO NOT MAIL IT BACK.
Instead, drop it off at a drop box.
You may also hand-deliver it to your County Board of Elections office, an Early Voting Center, or an Election Day Voting Center [see list of links at the bottom of the page].
VOTING IN-PERSON
If you want to vote in-person, Early Voting starts on Monday, October 26. Early voting is available daily at Early Voting Centers (including Saturdays and Sundays) until Monday, November 2. In-person voting on Election Day at an Election Day Voting Center is another option, though I would say it is highly recommended that you consider early voting.
Maryland does not have any voter ID requirements, except for first time voters.
LINKS TO OTHER SOURCES:
https://www.marylandattorneygeneral.gov/Pages/votingFAQ.aspx
https://elections.maryland.gov/about/county_boards.html [COUNTY BOARDS OF ELECTIONS]
https://elections.maryland.gov/elections/2020/PG20_Drop%20Box%20Locations.pdf [DROP-BOXES]
https://elections.maryland.gov/elections/2020/2020%20Early%20Voting%20Centers.pdf [EARLY VOTING CENTERS; can also drop off your ballot here]
https://elections.maryland.gov/elections/2020/PG20_List%20of%20Election%20Day%20Vote%20Centers.pdf [ELECTION DAY VOTE CENTERS; can also drop off your ballot here]
https://elections.maryland.gov/voter_registration/index.html
https://elections.maryland.gov/voting/absentee.html
https://elections.maryland.gov/voting/early_voting.html
https://www.marylandattorneygeneral.gov/Pages/votingFAQ.aspx#7 [NO VOTER ID (except for first-time voters in Maryland)]
https://www.montgomerycountymd.gov/Elections/Resources/Files/pdfs/2020%20FAQs/FAQs%20-%20PG2020%20Rev%20082620.pdf [send out date]
https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/letters-to-the-editomarylands-online-option-for-receiving-mail-in-ballots-could-overwhelm-election-workers/2020/07/28/1939d6b8-d020-11ea-826b-cc394d824e35_story.html [why ballots should be mailed as a default instead of emailed]
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2020.09.24 12:23 flyinmacaronimonster Maryland Has Made it Extremely Easy to Vote Absentee-by-Mail, so Take Advantage of It

Hey Marylanders, today is the first day that ballots are starting to go out to all registered voters who have put in their request for an absentee ballot.
If you have not registered to vote, do so right now. You can register to vote online using this link:
https://elections.maryland.gov/voter_registration/index.html
I just want to say, at the outset, that Maryland has greatly expanded access to absentee voting-by-mail to level of long-time vote-by-mail states like Oregon and Washington.
Still, voting in-person is an option.
If you are planning on voting in person, skip to the VOTING IN-PERSON section down below.
VOTING ABSENTEE-BY-MAIL
If you have not sent in your request yet, what you need to know is that there are 2 ways to receive your ballot: you can either have it mailed to you or emailed to you (it's emailed to you, you download it and then you send that in). Maryland Election Officials generally discourage getting your ballot by email unless it's for a good reason.
For example, if you have applied for a ballot to be sent to you by mail, but it hasn't arrived as of, say, Tuesday, October 20, you can request a ballot to be emailed to you as a replacement ballot, which you would download and then drop off in a drop-box in your county.
In truth, you don't need a reason to have a ballot emailed to you instead of mailed, and you may feel free choose this option. The reason why is having a ballot mailed to you is more preferred is that it happens to be more cumbersome to process and takes longer to count a ballots if it is sent digitally instead of it being mailed (see the list of links at the bottom of the page for more explanation on this).
Again, don't let this discourage you from from requesting a digitally-sent ballot, for those of you have if you have not requested your ballot yet, and want another option for receiving their ballot.
Whichever way you choose to vote, once you get your ballot, READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY, fill out your ballot, and then SIGN YOUR NAME IN THE CORRECT PLACE.
Once you have done so, ABSOLUTELY DO NOT MAIL IT BACK.
Instead, drop it off at a drop box.
You may also hand-deliver it to your County Board of Elections office, an Early Voting Center, or an Election Day Voting Center [see list of links at the bottom of the page].
VOTING IN-PERSON
If you want to vote in-person, Early Voting starts on Monday, October 26. Early voting is available daily at Early Voting Centers (including Saturdays and Sundays) until Monday, November 2. In-person voting on Election Day at an Election Day Voting Center is another option, though I would say it is highly recommended that you consider early voting.
Maryland does not have any voter ID requirements, except for first time voters.
LINKS TO OTHER SOURCES:
https://www.marylandattorneygeneral.gov/Pages/votingFAQ.aspx
https://elections.maryland.gov/about/county_boards.html [COUNTY BOARDS OF ELECTIONS]
https://elections.maryland.gov/elections/2020/PG20_Drop%20Box%20Locations.pdf [DROP-BOXES]
https://elections.maryland.gov/elections/2020/2020%20Early%20Voting%20Centers.pdf [EARLY VOTING CENTERS; can also drop off your ballot here]
https://elections.maryland.gov/elections/2020/PG20_List%20of%20Election%20Day%20Vote%20Centers.pdf [ELECTION DAY VOTE CENTERS; can also drop off your ballot here]
https://elections.maryland.gov/voter_registration/index.html
https://elections.maryland.gov/voting/absentee.html
https://elections.maryland.gov/voting/early_voting.html
https://www.marylandattorneygeneral.gov/Pages/votingFAQ.aspx#7 [NO VOTER ID (except for first-time voters in Maryland)]
https://www.montgomerycountymd.gov/Elections/Resources/Files/pdfs/2020%20FAQs/FAQs%20-%20PG2020%20Rev%20082620.pdf [send out date]
https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/letters-to-the-editomarylands-online-option-for-receiving-mail-in-ballots-could-overwhelm-election-workers/2020/07/28/1939d6b8-d020-11ea-826b-cc394d824e35_story.html [why ballots should be mailed as a default instead of emailed]
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2020.09.24 12:19 flyinmacaronimonster Maryland Has Made it Extremely Easy to Vote Absentee-by-Mail, so Take Advantage of It

Hey Marylanders, today is the first day that ballots are starting to go out to all registered voters who have put in their request for an absentee ballot.
If you have not registered to vote, do so right now. You can register to vote online using this link:
https://elections.maryland.gov/voter_registration/index.html
I just want to say, at the outset, that Maryland has greatly expanded access to absentee voting-by-mail to level of long-time vote-by-mail states like Oregon and Washington.
Still, voting in-person is an option.
If you are planning on voting in person, skip to the VOTING IN-PERSON section down below.
VOTING ABSENTEE-BY-MAIL
If you have not sent in your request yet, what you need to know is that there are 2 ways to receive your ballot: you can either have it mailed to you or emailed to you (it's emailed to you, you download it and then you send that in). Maryland Election Officials generally discourage getting your ballot by email unless it's for a good reason.
For example, if you have applied for a ballot to be sent to you by mail, but it hasn't arrived as of, say, Tuesday, October 20, you can request a ballot to be emailed to you as a replacement ballot, which you would download and then drop off in a drop-box in your county.
In truth, you don't need a reason to have a ballot emailed to you instead of mailed, and you may feel free choose this option. The reason why is having a ballot mailed to you is more preferred is that it happens to be more cumbersome to process and takes longer to count a ballots if it is sent digitally instead of it being mailed (see the list of links at the bottom of the page for more explanation on this).
Again, don't let this discourage you from from requesting a digitally-sent ballot, for those of you have if you have not requested your ballot yet, and want another option for receiving their ballot.
Whichever way you choose to vote, once you get your ballot, READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY, fill out your ballot, and then SIGN YOUR NAME IN THE CORRECT PLACE.
Once you have done so, ABSOLUTELY DO NOT MAIL IT BACK.
Instead, drop it off at a drop box.
You may also hand-deliver it to your County Board of Elections office, an Early Voting Center, or an Election Day Voting Center [see list of links at the bottom of the page].
VOTING IN-PERSON
If you want to vote in-person, Early Voting starts on Monday, October 26. Early voting is available daily at Early Voting Centers (including Saturdays and Sundays) until Monday, November 2. In-person voting on Election Day at an Election Day Voting Center is another option, though I would say it is highly recommended that you consider early voting.
Maryland does not have any voter ID requirements, except for first time voters.
LINKS TO OTHER SOURCES:
https://www.marylandattorneygeneral.gov/Pages/votingFAQ.aspx
https://elections.maryland.gov/about/county_boards.html [COUNTY BOARDS OF ELECTIONS]
https://elections.maryland.gov/elections/2020/PG20_Drop%20Box%20Locations.pdf [DROP-BOXES]
https://elections.maryland.gov/elections/2020/2020%20Early%20Voting%20Centers.pdf [EARLY VOTING CENTERS; can also drop off your ballot here]
https://elections.maryland.gov/elections/2020/PG20_List%20of%20Election%20Day%20Vote%20Centers.pdf [ELECTION DAY VOTE CENTERS; can also drop off your ballot here]
https://elections.maryland.gov/voter_registration/index.html
https://elections.maryland.gov/voting/absentee.html
https://elections.maryland.gov/voting/early_voting.html
https://www.marylandattorneygeneral.gov/Pages/votingFAQ.aspx#7 [NO VOTER ID (except for first-time voters in Maryland)]
https://www.montgomerycountymd.gov/Elections/Resources/Files/pdfs/2020%20FAQs/FAQs%20-%20PG2020%20Rev%20082620.pdf [send out date]
https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/letters-to-the-editomarylands-online-option-for-receiving-mail-in-ballots-could-overwhelm-election-workers/2020/07/28/1939d6b8-d020-11ea-826b-cc394d824e35_story.html [why ballots should be mailed as a default instead of emailed]
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2020.09.24 12:19 flyinmacaronimonster Maryland Has Made it Extremely Easy to Vote Absentee-by-Mail, so Take Advantage of It

Hey Marylanders, today is the first day that ballots are starting to go out to all registered voters who have put in their request for an absentee ballot.
If you have not registered to vote, do so right now. You can register to vote online using this link:
https://elections.maryland.gov/voter_registration/index.html
I just want to say, at the outset, that Maryland has greatly expanded access to absentee voting-by-mail to level of long-time vote-by-mail states like Oregon and Washington.
Still, voting in-person is an option.
If you are planning on voting in person, skip to the VOTING IN-PERSON section down below.
VOTING ABSENTEE-BY-MAIL
If you have not sent in your request yet, what you need to know is that there are 2 ways to receive your ballot: you can either have it mailed to you or emailed to you (it's emailed to you, you download it and then you send that in). Maryland Election Officials generally discourage getting your ballot by email unless it's for a good reason.
For example, if you have applied for a ballot to be sent to you by mail, but it hasn't arrived as of, say, Tuesday, October 20, you can request a ballot to be emailed to you as a replacement ballot, which you would download and then drop off in a drop-box in your county.
In truth, you don't need a reason to have a ballot emailed to you instead of mailed, and you may feel free choose this option. The reason why is having a ballot mailed to you is more preferred is that it happens to be more cumbersome to process and takes longer to count a ballots if it is sent digitally instead of it being mailed (see the list of links at the bottom of the page for more explanation on this).
Again, don't let this discourage you from from requesting a digitally-sent ballot, for those of you have if you have not requested your ballot yet, and want another option for receiving their ballot.
Whichever way you choose to vote, once you get your ballot, READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY, fill out your ballot, and then SIGN YOUR NAME IN THE CORRECT PLACE.
Once you have done so, ABSOLUTELY DO NOT MAIL IT BACK.
Instead, drop it off at a drop box.
You may also hand-deliver it to your County Board of Elections office, an Early Voting Center, or an Election Day Voting Center [see list of links at the bottom of the page].
VOTING IN-PERSON
If you want to vote in-person, Early Voting starts on Monday, October 26. Early voting is available daily at Early Voting Centers (including Saturdays and Sundays) until Monday, November 2. In-person voting on Election Day at an Election Day Voting Center is another option, though I would say it is highly recommended that you consider early voting.
Maryland does not have any voter ID requirements, except for first time voters.
LINKS TO OTHER SOURCES:
https://www.marylandattorneygeneral.gov/Pages/votingFAQ.aspx
https://elections.maryland.gov/about/county_boards.html [COUNTY BOARDS OF ELECTIONS]
https://elections.maryland.gov/elections/2020/PG20_Drop%20Box%20Locations.pdf [DROP-BOXES]
https://elections.maryland.gov/elections/2020/2020%20Early%20Voting%20Centers.pdf [EARLY VOTING CENTERS; can also drop off your ballot here]
https://elections.maryland.gov/elections/2020/PG20_List%20of%20Election%20Day%20Vote%20Centers.pdf [ELECTION DAY VOTE CENTERS; can also drop off your ballot here]
https://elections.maryland.gov/voter_registration/index.html
https://elections.maryland.gov/voting/absentee.html
https://elections.maryland.gov/voting/early_voting.html
https://www.marylandattorneygeneral.gov/Pages/votingFAQ.aspx#7 [NO VOTER ID (except for first-time voters in Maryland)]
https://www.montgomerycountymd.gov/Elections/Resources/Files/pdfs/2020%20FAQs/FAQs%20-%20PG2020%20Rev%20082620.pdf [send out date]
https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/letters-to-the-editomarylands-online-option-for-receiving-mail-in-ballots-could-overwhelm-election-workers/2020/07/28/1939d6b8-d020-11ea-826b-cc394d824e35_story.html [why ballots should be mailed as a default instead of emailed]
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2020.09.24 12:18 flyinmacaronimonster Maryland Has Made it Extremely Easy to Vote Absentee-by-Mail, so Take Advantage of It

Hey Marylanders, today is the first day that ballots are starting to go out to all registered voters who have put in their request for an absentee ballot.
If you have not registered to vote, do so right now. You can register to vote online using this link:
https://elections.maryland.gov/voter_registration/index.html
I just want to say, at the outset, that Maryland has greatly expanded access to absentee voting-by-mail to level of long-time vote-by-mail states like Oregon and Washington.
Still, voting in-person is an option.
If you are planning on voting in person, skip to the VOTING IN-PERSON section down below.
VOTING ABSENTEE-BY-MAIL
If you have not sent in your request yet, what you need to know is that there are 2 ways to receive your ballot: you can either have it mailed to you or emailed to you (it's emailed to you, you download it and then you send that in). Maryland Election Officials generally discourage getting your ballot by email unless it's for a good reason.
For example, if you have applied for a ballot to be sent to you by mail, but it hasn't arrived as of, say, Tuesday, October 20, you can request a ballot to be emailed to you as a replacement ballot, which you would download and then drop off in a drop-box in your county.
In truth, you don't need a reason to have a ballot emailed to you instead of mailed, and you may feel free choose this option. The reason why is having a ballot mailed to you is more preferred is that it happens to be more cumbersome to process and takes longer to count a ballots if it is sent digitally instead of it being mailed (see the list of links at the bottom of the page for more explanation on this).
Again, don't let this discourage you from from requesting a digitally-sent ballot, for those of you have if you have not requested your ballot yet, and want another option for receiving their ballot.
Whichever way you choose to vote, once you get your ballot, READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY, fill out your ballot, and then SIGN YOUR NAME IN THE CORRECT PLACE.
Once you have done so, ABSOLUTELY DO NOT MAIL IT BACK.
Instead, drop it off at a drop box.
You may also hand-deliver it to your County Board of Elections office, an Early Voting Center, or an Election Day Voting Center [see list of links at the bottom of the page].
VOTING IN-PERSON
If you want to vote in-person, Early Voting starts on Monday, October 26. Early voting is available daily at Early Voting Centers (including Saturdays and Sundays) until Monday, November 2. In-person voting on Election Day at an Election Day Voting Center is another option, though I would say it is highly recommended that you consider early voting.
Maryland does not have any voter ID requirements, except for first time voters.
LINKS TO OTHER SOURCES:
https://www.marylandattorneygeneral.gov/Pages/votingFAQ.aspx
https://elections.maryland.gov/about/county_boards.html [COUNTY BOARDS OF ELECTIONS]
https://elections.maryland.gov/elections/2020/PG20_Drop%20Box%20Locations.pdf [DROP-BOXES]
https://elections.maryland.gov/elections/2020/2020%20Early%20Voting%20Centers.pdf [EARLY VOTING CENTERS; can also drop off your ballot here]
https://elections.maryland.gov/elections/2020/PG20_List%20of%20Election%20Day%20Vote%20Centers.pdf [ELECTION DAY VOTE CENTERS; can also drop off your ballot here]
https://elections.maryland.gov/voter_registration/index.html
https://elections.maryland.gov/voting/absentee.html
https://elections.maryland.gov/voting/early_voting.html
https://www.marylandattorneygeneral.gov/Pages/votingFAQ.aspx#7 [NO VOTER ID (except for first-time voters in Maryland)]
https://www.montgomerycountymd.gov/Elections/Resources/Files/pdfs/2020%20FAQs/FAQs%20-%20PG2020%20Rev%20082620.pdf [send out date]
https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/letters-to-the-editomarylands-online-option-for-receiving-mail-in-ballots-could-overwhelm-election-workers/2020/07/28/1939d6b8-d020-11ea-826b-cc394d824e35_story.html [why ballots should be mailed as a default instead of emailed]
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2020.09.24 10:51 wild_kangaroo78 A cloud is being lifted after I (32 M) caught her (28F) cheating

TLDR; It took me to find her cheating to realise what a toxic and abusive relationship I was in.
5 and a half years, seems to be a long time but it is not. We were together for 5 and a half years, albeit 3 and a half years was long distance. But not a day happened when I did not talk to her.
It all started when my previous girlfriend asked me to fuck off all of a sudden after barely a month of dating. Well, there were signs. She did not reply to me for days. Anyway, the emotional investment was there from my side which meant I was left in a very vulnerable and precarious situation.
Then walks in my next girlfriend. She was great to talk to. We talked about everything and anything under the sun, with copious amounts of banter. We decide to go 'serious' after a few months. I had sex for the first time. Shortly after that, we moved in together.
And then slowly started the 'abuse' if I may use that word. First, "I cannot wear heels because you are not tall enough". I thought she was being playful and never cared much for it. The tantrums she started throwing around this issue should have been a red flag but otherwise, she was behaving pretty normal. The sex was great. Well, it was me mostly doing the 'giving'.
And then the next complain, "I don't find you attractive, do something". Once again I felt it was mere fun and jokes. But I could do shit about it as I was working more than 14 hours a day and volunteering at orphanages on the weekends. I always wondered how folks in Suits look so great even after working after 100 hours a week.
But by then we were living together. I was making way more money than her and so I never bothered with keeping track of the number of tabs I was picking up at restaurants as opposed to her. She needed some money for online classes for an exam she was preparing for. I paid for it although she had a.similar amount saved for her parents' wedding anniversary gift.
My work was hectic but I was good at it. I often used to get praised by the executive management but she was like, "Oh your boss.is saying all that so that you don't leave." My boss was a hard taskmaster but I knew his words were genuine.
Soon after she decides to go and get her advanced Masters degree. I was still working. I used to fly down to meet her every three months. I also used to lend her money. Her tantrums turned into whining, "Luck never favours me" etc. She never introduced me to any of her friends there although they knew about me.
Soon after I decide to get my Masters. But I work in a very niche area. I needed to go out of the country to get a decent education. I left a PhD at Purdue as it would have been too long a long distance. I went somewhere else for a Master's.
The first year was uneventful. I flew back after six months for a few days. We hung around. I was back after another six months albeit for a longer time (3 weeks). She had started working. When I suggested that we get intimate and go somewhere, she made excuses about not having time. If I tried to push it, she said, "Stop being such a pervert". It made me feel so bad inside.
The next year was very hectic for me but there was not a day when we did not talk for at least half an hour for a video chat. I wanted to return back to my country post completion of my Masters but she wanted me to get a job abroad and said she would join me eventually.
At the end, if the next year, having graduated with a gold medal, I returned for a three-month-long vacation. Her whining was even worse. "Nothing good ever happens to me". No sex - "It would feel so weird after such a long time" was her excuse. Never pushed it. We never had a day trip somewhere. She often used to call me at the end of her day during the week, wanting to meet as she had a bad day. I came while I listened to her cry about her shit job. I often asked her to leave it and try elsewhere. But she did go on parties with her colleagues but I was never invited. "I don't want to mix my professional life with personal life". She was also against checking in together at restaurants on social media whereas we used to do it a lot during the initial days of our relationship.
I had proposed to her near the end of the vacation and she accepted. We decided to get married at the end of 2020. I left the country for a job in Europe.
But not a day passed since we did not talk for at least half an hour (by this time 'talking' had morphed into how shit her job is and me encouraging her to keep trying). Bought her gifts every now and then, including a rather expensive birthday gift. Guess what I got for. my birthday? Zilch.
Fast forward to July and I had to postpone the wedding because of COVID-19. Fast forward to August end and I find suspicious mails of hotel bookings in her mailbox and many red-flag expenditures in her credit card statements.
I confronted her head-on. She had been having an affair for more than one and a half years.
She started crying and begging me to forgive her. I did not know what to do and all the crying made me genuinely think that she was sorry but I still refused to talk to her properly. I told my sister and she told me to either break off the marriage or give it some time before getting married but with a pre-nuptial agreement so that she cannot come after my or my family's money later on. Solid advice.
And then one day, all of her manipulation hit me like a wave. A straw that broke the camel's back. (I don't want to give the straw away to not doxx her). And then almost like a sudden change in the weather, the cloud was lifted. And the love was replaced by a sort of resentment.
She still tries to reach me through my friends and she can be very convincing. I have started snapping my wrists with a tight rubber band to remind me of the reality and that she can be extremely manipulative. Every day is a struggle especially as I cannot venture out because of COVID-19 but my friends, colleagues and family have stood by me like a rock.
It made me realize how I was never happy in the relationship but there was not one thing I could point to and see that was the reason. Friends, that is how exactly manipulation works. What you cannot see, will probably kill you.
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2020.09.24 10:42 puLsOr [For Hire] Instant leads or sales with Google Ads - Paid Advertising Campaigns Expert Services

Hello /forhire!

Intro:
My name is Daniel and I'm a Google Ads Expert. I specialize in paid traffic, specifically on Google Ads Campaigns. Are you thinking on starting Google Ads for your business? Are you already using it but your campaign underperforms? Are you spending money on ads and not seeing any results? Are you struggling to get your ad in front of the right people? Let's fix that.

My services:
Here's how you can benefit from working with me:
* Comprehensive keyword research to find the best keywords for your business
* Competitive research (including how much money your competitors are spending, and the keywords they’re targeting)
* Writing and testing ad copy
* Running a/b tests on both ad copy and landing pages
* Geotargeting to reach only your target audience
* Linking Google Analytics and Google AdWords to perform complex analysis of results
* Regular reporting to help you track the ROI of your spend
* Running regular “impression share” reports to ensure that you are capturing the most profitable keywords within your budget
* Setting up “conversion tracking,” “goal tracking,” and other systems for measuring results at the keyword-level
* Running call-tracking reports
* Employing all match-types and using strategic bid prices to spend your advertising budget wisely
* Using negative keywords to exclude irrelevant traffic.
* Creating effective sales funnels and landing pages to properly convert them to customers.

All these technical terms are too much for you? No worries. There's no need for technical talk, basically I can develop, monitor and manage your Google Ads campaigns effectively. We'll set up goals relevant to your business and work towards fulfilling them over time with a lower cost and higher efficiency.

Past results / Case Studies:
  1. Chimney and Roofing Contractor, USA
https://imgur.com/a/cTmXLnG - Impressions, Clicks, Average Cost Per Click and Total Cost comparison
https://imgur.com/a/iITpleX - Conversions, Cost per Conversion, Conversion Rate and Impression Share comparison
https://imgur.com/a/Ftmisxw - Auction insights - In the 30 days interval, the client showed in 70% of targeted searches, he showed 81% of the time in the top page results (first 3 to 5 results) and 55% of the time he showed the absolute 1st result on the page. These results are against giants like homeadvisor and angieslist.
I've started working with this client about halfway through April (where you can see the cost per click start to drop). His previous Account Manager had him run ads on an automated bidding strategy without proper conversion tracking in place. He was receiving some calls, but not nearly enough to sustain his contracting business and costs were ramping up fast.Over time, we redesigned the landing pages for this client, regained control over cost per click, set up proper tracking in place. Currently, we're sporting close to 45% reduction in cost per click, almost doubling the number of clicks for the same budget, properly track conversions and we're generating leads at close to $40 in a very competitive space, with a 20% conversion rate. All this while building his e-mail database of clients to remarket and upsell later.

  1. Security product seller, Singapore
https://imgur.com/a/mbH6quV - Conversions, Cost per Conversion, Conversion Rate and Impression Share comparison
https://imgur.com/a/PwJV760 - Auction insights - In the 30 days interval, the client showed in 86% of targeted searches, he showed 92% of the time in the top page results (first 3 to 5 results) and 62% of the time he showed the absolute 1st result on the page.
The main goal for this client was to improve his landing pages and make his Google Ads advertising profitable. Despite COVID threat and lowered buyer intent, we managed to reduce his conversion cost to half and more than double his conversion rate, all this while maintaining the same budget. Currently, we're in the process of implementing new landing pages (with a better offer to further increase conversion rate and lower costs) and implement new marketing channels (email marketing, remarketing, upsell etc) to further increase profits and ROI.

  1. Cleaning service provider, Romania
In an advertising world where ads get clicked, on average, 2% of the time (a Click Through Rate - CTR - of 2%), my campaigns can get up to (and above) 10% CTR and also a conversion rate of 10% or higher. Higher CTR means more effective ads. More effective ads mean lower costs for you. Lower costs for ads for you means more profit in the long run.
Here are some screenshots of the performance of the last campaign that I've set up for a local client (with a very tight advertising budget):
https://i.imgur.com/Wvbx5NS.png - Overall campaign view, close to 10% CTR over the first 30 days of the campaign
https://i.imgur.com/QoVDxc6.png - Conversion rate of the campaign, close to 12% for the same time period
https://i.imgur.com/sp1qfoD.png - Later update, showing lower CPC with more or less same CTR

Pricing:
The cost for my services is a flat fee of $500 per month, regardless of your marketing budget.
The service I'm providing is a continuous one, once the campaign is set up the process of improvement begins (lower cost per click, improved ad position, lower cost per customer acquisition etc). This includes weekly/monthly reports so you can be up to date with how the campaign is progressing.

Sounds good?
I look forward to answering any and all questions, here or in PM. Or shoot me an e-mail at [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]).
Regardless of your advertising budget, plans, or current situation, I'd love to hear more about your company and how I may be able to help with my current experience. Let's talk more in depth about your company and let's supercharge your Google Ads to get you more clients!
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2020.09.24 10:29 chicken-fat-2020 Sick and tired of these microaggressions just because I am female and foreign

Dear the three white-ish women who have been trying to undermine my existence as an Asian woman living in the West in the last two weeks, FUCK. YOU. You are all supposedly educated, you are all somehow "successful" in your careers. But yet, when a woman of colour tries to make a name for herself in a country more developed than where she came from, you have a goddamn problem with it.
You see, it does not matter whether I speak English better than most native speakers, nor does it matter that I happen to hold a prestigious degree from one of the best universities in the world. It also does not matter whether my parents hold a certain social status in not just my country, but in other parts of the world too. To you, the moment I start dating a white man, I am nothing but a gold digger who is trying to claw her way into a supposed "green card". To you, I am nothing more than a mail-order bride, a second class citizen. I am so sick and tired of this crap. The whispers of how young I look (despite there being a 3-year age gap between me and my partner), of how you cannot pronounce my name (despite it being a single syllable word), and of how I have yet to find a job (despite me just finishing off my degree about a few days ago). Just because my relationship did not occur right in front of your eyes does not mean it does not exist. Just because I am foreign does not mean I am here for immigration. God knows, if I wanted, I could live like a princess back in my home country with a high-earning job that I had left a year earlier to be reunited with my partner. But no, to you, I am nothing beyond my small eyes and stature.
I hope you there is a nice cushy place in hell for all of you.
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2020.09.24 09:57 Gustrot [WTS] SILVER COINS - CROWNS XIXth-XXth France Austria Belgium Italy Portugal Spain Swiss Tunisia + sterling purse

Proof pictures
Gallery with all detailed pictures for those who like to scroll down (148 pics)
ATTENTION, I am in Europe. Shipping and payment conditions at the end of this ad.
Due to jet lag, I may not answer immediately to PMs and chats. I will answer and follow up in the order of reception.
For sale are the following important lots of World silver coins. Majority is French, with some lots at or below spot and other with bigger premium as they are scarcer, even here. Note that the number of available coins of each type is shown in the first column. Prices are for a quantity of 1 (coin or lot depending on description)

France


QTY Type Year Metal Weight Price Note
1 5 francs Louis-Philippe I 1831 D Silver 90% 25g $25.00 Graved (no relief) edge - Dommard type
1 5 francs Louis-Philippe I 1835 BB Silver 90% 25g $25.00
1 5 francs Louis-Philippe I 1837 MA Silver 90% 25g $30.00
1 5 francs Louis-Philippe I 1845 W Silver 90% 25g $25.00
2 5 francs Hercule 1848 BB Silver 90% 25g $32.00
1 5 francs Cérès 1849 A Silver 90% 25g $28.00
2 5 francs Hercule 1849 A Silver 90% 25g $25.00
1 5 francs Cérès 1850 A Silver 90% 25g $32.00
2 5 francs Hercule 1873 A Silver 90% 25g $24.00
1 5 francs Hercule 1874 A Silver 90% 25g $24.00
1 5 francs Hercule 1875 A Silver 90% 25g $24.00
1 5 francs Hercule 1876 A Silver 90% 25g $24.00
1 5 francs Hercule 1876 K Silver 90% 25g $24.00
1 1 franc Cérès 1888 A Silver 83.5% 5g $8.00
1 Lot of 15 x 2 francs semeuse 15 different dates Silver 83.5% 15x10g $125.00
1 Lot of 22 x 50 centimes semeuse 22 different dates Silver 83.5% 22x2.5g $55.00
1 10 francs Turin 1932 Silver 68% 10g $10.00 XF
100+ 5 francs semeuse in medal 1960 Silver 83.5% 12g $12.00 Jewelry
100+ 5 francs semeuse 1960 to 1966 Silver 83.5% 12g $9.00 XF
10+ 5 francs semeuse 1967 to 1969 Silver 83.5% 12g $12.00
6 10 francs Hercule 1967 Silver 90% 25g $25.00 var. accent in E
1 10 francs Hercule 1969 Silver 90% 25g $24.00
9 10 francs Hercule 1971 Silver 90% 25g $26.00
2 10 francs Hercule 1973 Silver 90% 25g $30.00
20+ 100 francs Panthéon 1982 to 1984 Silver 90% 15g $13.00
3 100 francs Panthéon 1985 Silver 90% 15g $18.00
1 100 francs Panthéon 1987 Silver 90% 15g $46.00
2 100 francs Panthéon 1988 Silver 90% 15g $46.00
2 100 francs Panthéon 1989 Silver 90% 15g $46.00
1 100 francs Panthéon 1990 Silver 90% 15g $66.00
50+ 100 francs commemorative 1984 to 1991 Silver 90% 15g $13.00
20 100 francs Jean Monnet 1992 Silver 90% 15g $14.00
20 100 francs Louvre 1993 Silver 90% 15g $15.00
20 100 francs de Gaulle Paris 1994 Silver 90% 15g $15.00
3 100 francs 8 mai 1945 1995 Silver 90% 15g $20.00
3 100 francs Clovis 1996 Silver 90% 15g $20.00
9 100 francs Malraux 1996 Silver 90% 15g $60.00
1 Box with 27x10 euros regional 2011 Silver 50% 27x10g (+box=995g) $370 27 different coins
1 Purse with 27x10 euros regional 2012 Silver 50% 27x10g (+purse) $360 27 different coins
2 10 euros singing rooster 2016 Silver 33.3% 17g $14.00

Austria


QTY Type Year Metal Weight Price Note
8 Thaler Maria-Theresia restrike 1780 X Silver 83.3% 28.06g $22.00
9 10 schilling 1957-1958 Silver 64% 7.5g $4.30
10 5 schilling 1960-1961 Silver 64% 5.2g $3.00

Belgium


QTY Type Year Metal Weight Price Note
35 5 francs Léopold II 1867-1876 Silver 90% 25g $22.00
1 5 francs Léopold II 1873 Silver 90% 25g $25.00 Jewelry
9 20 francs Albert 1934 Silver 68% 11g $7.00
1 20 francs Léopold III 1935 Silver 68% 11g $7.00
16 20 francs Mercury 1949-1950 Silver 83.5% 8g $6.00
2 50 francs Mercury 1949-1950 Silver 83.5% 12.5g $10.00
9 100 francs 4 kings dynasty 1949-1951 Silver 83.5% 18g $13.50
6 250 francs Baudoin 1976 Silver 83.5% 25g $20.00
3 500 francs Independance 1980 Silver 51% 25g $12.00
9 5 écus Charles Quint 1987 Silver 83.3% 22.85g $16.50

Italy


QTY Type Year Metal Weight Price Note
1 10 Soldi Napoléon 1812 M Silver 90% 2.5g $6.00 Italian Napoleonic Kingdom
1 5 lira Vittorio Emmanuele II 1876 R Silver 90% 25g $24.00
1 5 lira Vittorio Emmanuele II 1878 R Silver 90% 25g $27.00

Portugal

QTY Type Year Metal Weight Price Note
1 5 escudos Caravel 1946 Silver 65% 3.5g $3.50
1 1000 escudos Ocean Expeditions 1997 Silver 92.5% 28g $25.00
4 1000 escudos Ocean Year 1998 Silver 50% 27g $13.00
1 1000 escudos 25 April 1999 Silver 50% 27g $13.00

Spain

QTY Type Year Metal Weight Price Note
1 5 pesetas Alfonso XIII 1898 SGV Silver 90% 25g $25.00 Jewelry

Switzerland

QTY Type Year Metal Weight Price Note
1 2 francs Helvetia 1916 B Silver 83.5% 10g $12.00
1 2 francs Helvetia 1947 B Silver 83.5% 10g $10.00

Tunisia

QTY Type Year Metal Weight Price Note
1 50 centimes Protectorat ١٣٠٨(1308) 1891 A Silver 90% 2.5g $6.00

Exonumia

QTY Type Year Metal Weight Price Note
1 Sterling silver purse XIXth Silver 92.5% 38.84g $35.00

Shipping:

Please choose between the 3 shipping options and use the charts to estimate your shipping cost. Final price will reflect real cost once I finalize the packaging.
- Risky uninsured mail in a well-tapped enveloppe is possible for little purchase, even if I don't recommend it as there would be no guarantee on the shipment. Rates are the following:
Weight To France Worldwide
20g $1.20 $1.70
100g $2.40 $3.40
250g $4.80 $8.50
500g $7.10 $13.60

- Insured (up to $175 value insured) and tracked enveloppes are possible at the following rates:
Weight Worldwide (insuring $50) Worldwide (insuring $175)
20g $7.10 $8.30
100g $8.80 $10.00
250g $13.80 $15.00
500g $18.90 $20.10
2kg $28.90 $30.10
- Tracked parcels are available. Please note real value will be declared to customs (never more than USD 800 per parcel, which under the Trade Facilitation and Trade Enforcement Act of 2015 should enter the US without tax). However, please note that the US Border & Customs Administration is free to contact you and ask for any justification. Base shippment rate are the following. Please note you'll need to add $1.20 per each $120-tranche insured.

Weight to Europe Worldwide (base rate before insurance)
500g $15.10 $29.90
1kg $18.60 $33.20
2kg $21.10 $45.60
5kg $27.00 $66.80
So, for example. A 800g-parcel to the USA insured for $650 would need an insurance for 6 tranches of $120 > it would cost $33.20+(6*$1.20)=$40.40
- For other shipping destinations or options, please PM. It may be challenging for Canada (I still don't get Customs rules).
- Consider grouping your purchase for single shippment by visiting our other active posts.

Payment:

PayPal for Family & Friends is the only solution I know in USD working in France. Please don't mention the real purpose of transfer in the comments section. Please note that PPFF will charge a little commission (from $.99 to $4.99 apparently) for international transaction outside of European Union. THANK YOU TO PAY IN USD and don't convert in EUR (Paypal FX rate is so scam).
Major cryptos welcomed.
EUR payments solutions (Transferwise for example) are available, please contact.
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2020.09.24 09:55 Gustrot [WTS] SILVER COINS XIXth-XXth France Austria Belgium Italy Portugal Spain Swiss Tunisia + Jersey Netherland base metal coins - Many CROWNS and lots

Proof pictures
Gallery with all detailed pictures for those who like to scroll down (148 pics)
ATTENTION, I am in Europe. Shipping and payment conditions at the end of this ad.
Due to jet lag, I may not answer immediately to PMs and chats. I will answer and follow up in the order of reception.
For sale are the following important lots of World silver coins. Majority is French, with some lots at or below spot and other with bigger premium as they are scarcer, even here. Note that the number of available coins of each type is shown in the first column. Prices are for a quantity of 1 (coin or lot depending on description)

First, let's start with Precious metal stuff

France


QTY Type Year Metal Weight Price Note
1 5 francs Louis-Philippe I 1831 D Silver 90% 25g $25.00 Graved (no relief) edge - Dommard type
1 5 francs Louis-Philippe I 1835 BB Silver 90% 25g $25.00
1 5 francs Louis-Philippe I 1837 MA Silver 90% 25g $30.00
1 5 francs Louis-Philippe I 1845 W Silver 90% 25g $25.00
2 5 francs Hercule 1848 BB Silver 90% 25g $32.00
1 5 francs Cérès 1849 A Silver 90% 25g $28.00
2 5 francs Hercule 1849 A Silver 90% 25g $25.00
1 5 francs Cérès 1850 A Silver 90% 25g $32.00
2 5 francs Hercule 1873 A Silver 90% 25g $24.00
1 5 francs Hercule 1874 A Silver 90% 25g $24.00
1 5 francs Hercule 1875 A Silver 90% 25g $24.00
1 5 francs Hercule 1876 A Silver 90% 25g $24.00
1 5 francs Hercule 1876 K Silver 90% 25g $24.00
1 1 franc Cérès 1888 A Silver 83.5% 5g $8.00
1 Lot of 15 x 2 francs semeuse 15 different dates Silver 83.5% 15x10g $125.00
1 Lot of 22 x 50 centimes semeuse 22 different dates Silver 83.5% 22x2.5g $55.00
1 10 francs Turin 1932 Silver 68% 10g $10.00 XF
100+ 5 francs semeuse in medal 1960 Silver 83.5% 12g $12.00 Jewelry
100+ 5 francs semeuse 1960 to 1966 Silver 83.5% 12g $9.00 XF
10+ 5 francs semeuse 1967 to 1969 Silver 83.5% 12g $12.00
6 10 francs Hercule 1967 Silver 90% 25g $25.00 var. accent in E
1 10 francs Hercule 1969 Silver 90% 25g $24.00
9 10 francs Hercule 1971 Silver 90% 25g $26.00
2 10 francs Hercule 1973 Silver 90% 25g $30.00
20+ 100 francs Panthéon 1982 to 1984 Silver 90% 15g $13.00
3 100 francs Panthéon 1985 Silver 90% 15g $18.00
1 100 francs Panthéon 1987 Silver 90% 15g $46.00
2 100 francs Panthéon 1988 Silver 90% 15g $46.00
2 100 francs Panthéon 1989 Silver 90% 15g $46.00
1 100 francs Panthéon 1990 Silver 90% 15g $66.00
50+ 100 francs commemorative 1984 to 1991 Silver 90% 15g $13.00
20 100 francs Jean Monnet 1992 Silver 90% 15g $14.00
20 100 francs Louvre 1993 Silver 90% 15g $15.00
20 100 francs de Gaulle Paris 1994 Silver 90% 15g $15.00
3 100 francs 8 mai 1945 1995 Silver 90% 15g $20.00
3 100 francs Clovis 1996 Silver 90% 15g $20.00
9 100 francs Malraux 1996 Silver 90% 15g $60.00
1 Box with 27x10 euros regional 2011 Silver 50% 27x10g (+box=995g) $370 27 different coins
1 Purse with 27x10 euros regional 2012 Silver 50% 27x10g (+purse) $360 27 different coins
2 10 euros singing rooster 2016 Silver 33.3% 17g $14.00

Austria


QTY Type Year Metal Weight Price Note
8 Thaler Maria-Theresia restrike 1780 X Silver 83.3% 28.06g $22.00
9 10 schilling 1957-1958 Silver 64% 7.5g $4.30
10 5 schilling 1960-1961 Silver 64% 5.2g $3.00

Belgium


QTY Type Year Metal Weight Price Note
35 5 francs Léopold II 1867-1876 Silver 90% 25g $22.00
1 5 francs Léopold II 1873 Silver 90% 25g $25.00 Jewelry
9 20 francs Albert 1934 Silver 68% 11g $7.00
1 20 francs Léopold III 1935 Silver 68% 11g $7.00
16 20 francs Mercury 1949-1950 Silver 83.5% 8g $6.00
2 50 francs Mercury 1949-1950 Silver 83.5% 12.5g $10.00
9 100 francs 4 kings dynasty 1949-1951 Silver 83.5% 18g $13.50
6 250 francs Baudoin 1976 Silver 83.5% 25g $20.00
3 500 francs Independance 1980 Silver 51% 25g $12.00
9 5 écus Charles Quint 1987 Silver 83.3% 22.85g $16.50

Italy


QTY Type Year Metal Weight Price Note
1 10 Soldi Napoléon 1812 M Silver 90% 2.5g $6.00 Italian Napoleonic Kingdom
1 5 lira Vittorio Emmanuele II 1876 R Silver 90% 25g $24.00
1 5 lira Vittorio Emmanuele II 1878 R Silver 90% 25g $27.00

Portugal

QTY Type Year Metal Weight Price Note
1 5 escudos Caravel 1946 Silver 65% 3.5g $3.50
1 1000 escudos Ocean Expeditions 1997 Silver 92.5% 28g $25.00
4 1000 escudos Ocean Year 1998 Silver 50% 27g $13.00
1 1000 escudos 25 April 1999 Silver 50% 27g $13.00

Spain

QTY Type Year Metal Weight Price Note
1 5 pesetas Alfonso XIII 1898 SGV Silver 90% 25g $25.00 Jewelry

Switzerland

QTY Type Year Metal Weight Price Note
1 2 francs Helvetia 1916 B Silver 83.5% 10g $12.00
1 2 francs Helvetia 1947 B Silver 83.5% 10g $10.00

Tunisia

QTY Type Year Metal Weight Price Note
1 50 centimes Protectorat ١٣٠٨(1308) 1891 A Silver 90% 2.5g $6.00

Non-precious metal coins

France


QTY Type Year Metal Weight Price Note
1 10 centimes Colonies Charles X 1827 H Bronze 20g $12.00 French colonies
13 5 francs Lavrillier 1945-1949 Aluminium 3.5g $0.50
18 10 francs Turin 1948-1949 Copper-nickel 7g $0.50
1 Lot of 17 x 10 francs 1974-1988 1974-1988 Copper-nickel-alu 10g $12.00
1 Lot of 17 x 10 francs 1974-1988 1974-1988 Copper-nickel-alu 10g $13.00
8 Unit sale Commemorative 1982-1988 1982-1988 Copper-nickel-alu 10g $2.00 - 3 for $5.00
1 2 francs Jean Moulin ESSAI 1993 Nickel 7.43g $80.00
1 Roll of 50 France 5 euro-cent Mixed (2001-2018) Copper-plated steel 50x3.92g $4.00
1 Roll of 50 France 1 euro-cent 2009 Copper-plated steel 50x2.3g $2.00 Presumably all 2009 UNC
1 Roll of 50 France 1 euro-cent 2016 Copper-plated steel 50x2.3g $2.00 Presumably all 2016 UNC

Jersey

QTY Type Year Metal Weight Price Note
1 1/13 shilling Victoria 1851 Copper 17.3g $5.00

Netherlands

QTY Type Year Metal Weight Price Note
1 5 cents Nazi occupation 1941 Zinc 3.6g $1.50

Portugal

QTY Type Year Metal Weight Price Note
1 50 centavos Republica 1928 Copper-nickel 4.62g $1.00

Shipping:

Please choose between the 3 shipping options and use the charts to estimate your shipping cost. Final price will reflect real cost once I finalize the packaging.
- Risky uninsured mail in a well-tapped enveloppe is possible for little purchase, even if I don't recommend it as there would be no guarantee on the shipment. Rates are the following:
Weight To France Worldwide
20g $1.20 $1.70
100g $2.40 $3.40
250g $4.80 $8.50
500g $7.10 $13.60

- Insured (up to $175 value insured) and tracked enveloppes are possible at the following rates:
Weight Worldwide (insuring $50) Worldwide (insuring $175)
20g $7.10 $8.30
100g $8.80 $10.00
250g $13.80 $15.00
500g $18.90 $20.10
2kg $28.90 $30.10
- Tracked parcels are available. Please note real value will be declared to customs (never more than USD 800 per parcel, which under the Trade Facilitation and Trade Enforcement Act of 2015 should enter the US without tax). However, please note that the US Border & Customs Administration is free to contact you and ask for any justification. Base shippment rate are the following. Please note you'll need to add $1.20 per each $120-tranche insured.

Weight to Europe Worldwide (base rate before insurance)
500g $15.10 $29.90
1kg $18.60 $33.20
2kg $21.10 $45.60
5kg $27.00 $66.80
So, for example. A 800g-parcel to the USA insured for $650 would need an insurance for 6 tranches of $120 > it would cost $33.20+(6*$1.20)=$40.40
- For other shipping destinations or options, please PM. It may be challenging for Canada (I still don't get Customs rules).
- Consider grouping your purchase for single shippment by visiting our other active posts.

Payment:

PayPal for Family & Friends is the only solution I know in USD working in France. Please don't mention the real purpose of transfer in the comments section. Please note that PPFF will charge a little commission (from $.99 to $4.99 apparently) for international transaction outside of European Union. THANK YOU TO PAY IN USD and don't convert in EUR (Paypal FX rate is so scam).
Major cryptos welcomed.
EUR payments solutions (Transferwise for example) are available, please contact.
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