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The union is responding to Prospect’s claims with a postcard that is being mailed this week to 4,000 state opinion-makers.
They needed to pay for postcards letting people know they could vote absentee–or, in some states, to mail ballots to every voter.
As it turns out, while a Nobel Peace Prize nomination is a bit trickier than simply sending a guy in Norway a postcard with someone's name on it, it's not much trickier than that.
For four days, we fished, ate and chilled in a postcard setting.
Atlanta’s CBS affiliate, WSB-TV, reported that Raffensperger’s son passed away in 2018 but received postcards from the New Georgia Project encouraging him to register to vote.
“They think Timbuktu isn’t a real place and we’re printing fake postcards and stamps to make it seem like something’s coming from a place in a joke,” Paoletta said.
Peggy Wong, who photographed the book, says she collects examples of typography, including postcards, when she travels.
So let’s buckle down, make those phone calls, send those postcards, call every family member and friend and remind them to vote.
In a report published in April about the impact of covid-19 on the US Postal Service, 17% of people reported sending more letters and postcards than usual.
Negotiations over a fifth coronavirus relief package have stalled, and with funding for a service as essential as sending a postcard or a ballot up for debate, it’s hard to imagine restaurant relief will come soon.

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