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Say No to Permanent Vote by Mail

Back in October Democratic members of the State Senate passed and election bill on strict party lines that would threaten voter integrity by making vote by mail permanent, and enact SAME DAY voter registration. The House followed in late January by passing their own version that would also make vote by mail permanent but doesn't include same day voter registration. This means the bill goes to a closed conference committee to hash out the differences, and if successful, the new compromise will be voted on again by the House and Senate, and then go to the Governor for his signature or veto.

Let's be clear. Even without the passage of this legislation, any voter can already vote by mail by completing a no excuse absentee vote by mail request with their municipal clerk’s office. What these bills do, is require the Secretary of the Commonwealth to mail all registered voters applications for mail ballots before July 15th in even numbered years, and allows voters to request mail ballots for every election INDEFINITELY. 

Send an email to your elected officials telling them NOT to support permanent vote by mail.

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