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absentee ballot

noun as in absentee vote

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In a presentation to Podhorzer’s group, McReynolds detailed the importance of absentee ballots for shortening lines at polling places and preventing an election crisis.

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If you’re already abroad, you can register to vote and request an absentee ballot through the Federal Post Card Application.

He said the election so far has been “extremely transparent,” with live streams and an open observation area to watch absentee ballot processing.

A Georgia election worker had to go into hiding after a 34-second cheapfake that falsely accused him of throwing away an absentee ballot went viral.

Republicans are arguing that absentee ballots dropped off in person shouldn't count, and throwing out that many ballots would allow the party to argue that the true winner in Wisconsin is unknowable.

The ground game in Iowa has traditionally revolved around an absentee ballot program.

On an absentee ballot mailed from Camp War Eagle, I voted John Kerry for president in 2004.

In Stark County, the total number of early votes cast by absentee ballot and in person is up from 2008 for Democrats.

In case they fail to secure it in time, they are helping him get an absentee ballot.

In a reflective moment, Gioeli speaks of voting for Barack Obama from behind bars via absentee ballot.


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