Does Texas have the infrastructure to expand mail-in voting?
"In other counties, you might see "business reply mail" on the envelopes, or you might see metered postage in the top right corner, but statewide postage is covered on those return envelopes, and voters don't need stamps", McCue said.
Today, the Texas NAACP joined with a group of voters and organizations supported by the National Redistricting Foundation is filing a new lawsuit in Texas challenging several Texas election laws including the state's absentee voting restrictions.
If you haven't mailed in your early ballot by now, you should deliver it to a secure ballot collection box at the county election office or county clerk's office in your area instead of putting it in the mail.
While more Republicans and Democratic Ohioans have chosen to take advantage of vote-by-mail options over the years, most remain more comfortable with voting in person.
It's crucial that we learn from the recent experience and make common-sense, informed decisions to assure OH is ready for the general election. Poll workers will be masked and will wear gloves and voters will be given their own pens to mark ballots. "By making sure your request is complete and sending it in early, you will not have to worry about missing the upcoming election.", said Tennessee Coordinator of Elections Mark Goins.
McCue said, in previous elections, mail ballot packets also included a separate envelope that people could use to send back their unvoted ballots.
Local media reported potential challenges, including how to ensure mail-in ballots are genuine and how to help voters with language needs.
The deadline for absentee ballot requests to be received is July 30, seven days before the election.
All Californians who are registered to vote will receive mail ballots for the November election through an executive order signed by Governor Gavin Newsom on Friday. They can find contact information for elections officials on the Secretary of State's website.