Monday, August 14, 2006

Getting an Absentee Ballot in the state of Michigan

Follow the link to Michigan's Absentee Voting Process

If you already have an idea how it all works and don't care much for the specific rules, laws, minutia, and details then simply download an absentee ballot request.

You can fill one of those out using the proper Adobe PDF reader, print it, sign it, and mail it to your local township clerk for processing. You can find his or her identity and address through here. Then you can expect to receive your absentee voter ballot.

There is no shame in voting straight-ticket Republican and it is especially vital that we support the Michigan Civil Rights Initiative, which, as I recall is Proposal 2 this year and if we vote correctly we can remove racial characteristics as a standard measurement in academic assessment.

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