To: Red Steel
I stamped and mailed my CA absentee ballot from here in Germany on Saturday, Oct. 08, handing it to the German postal worker whom I know personally. It was returned to me on Monday, Oct. 10. I suppose that the multiple postal addresses on the outside of the envelope (my German address, my former [35-year-old] CA address, and the address of the polling place in CA) may have confused subsequent postal handlers. So I went and complained to my pal at the post office. He insisted it was a mistake and also insisted that there was no need to apply fresh stamps to the letter. On Tuesday, Oct. 11, I again found it in my mail box - marked "insufficient postage!" So I went to the post office again, and again purchased stamps and mailed it off. Haven't heard anything since. Wish there was a way to be sure that my ballot will be counted.
posted on 10/17/2016 10:37:53 AM PDT
(Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence.)
DNC has bought off German postal workers. Who knew?
posted on 10/17/2016 10:48:44 AM PDT
(Take it Easy, Chuck. I'm Not Taking it Back -- Donald Trump)
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