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Old 07.10.2020, 16:21
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Re: US Citizens: How are you sending back your ballots?

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Can I mail the ballot directly with the official return envelope? Or do you recommend using another envelope around it?
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I've always sent Einschreiben, but I send it in a larger carrier envelope, addressed to the specific address where it needs to go, and with VOTING MATERIALS ENCLOSED on the outer envelope...
You also still have time to send your ballot with the diplomatic pouch, also mentioned above. I never knew that was an option; maybe it's new.

From the WI Elections Commission website:
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All voted absentee ballots must be received by 8 p.m. on Election Day. All voted absentee ballots must be returned by mail to the clerk's office and cannot be returned electronically. Please allow enough time to return the ballot. If you are unable to use public mail or parcel services, consider commercial alternatives.

As a Wisconsin voter: make sure your absentee envelope has a witness name, address and signature or the ballot will not count.
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