Overseas voter ballot materials arrived today!

The Peace Corps and the US Embassy in Bangkok make it easy to submit ballots. There is still time to request overseas ballots: get started at https://www.fvap.gov/citizen-voter

Oh — and ALL Minnestoa voters should remember in the Supreme Court race to cast their vote for Natalie Hudson. She has a tea party goofball running against her.

Please share with your friends!

3 thoughts on “Overseas voter ballot materials arrived today!”

  1. I had to go and do a little research on our supreme court race when filling out my absentee primary ballot. It was surprisingly bonkers!

    The candidate that didn’t make it drew 15% in the primary, so added to the conservative’s 20% that wouldn’t put it over Hudson’s 65%. Fingers crossed.

  2. yes! We will tune in to whatever web streams are available here. For the debate, too, which we might be able to catch on Facebook live.

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