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I voted

Yesterday I received my ballot. Today, I filled it in, signed and dated it and hand-carried it to the post office, just because I felt like it. And it pleased me. Of course, I’ve been reading and hearing about the … Continue reading

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An expert’s word about USPS

I have known some terrific mail deliverers. Our current one, Hugh, fits right in. So when I ran into him an hour ago, I told him I was worried. He smiled and said, “There’s nothing to worry about. We’ve been … Continue reading

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Trump’s objections to voting by mail?

From today’s New York Times coverage of Chris Wallace’s Fox interview with Trump:** Mr. Trump, who has voted by mail, has repeatedly warned, without evidence, that mail elections would involve robbed mailboxes, forged signatures and ballots printed by foreign countries. … Continue reading

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