Returning my Ballot?
Thank you, Facebook, and the rest of the social media censorship platforms for the neverending drumbeat about voting. I have no need to return my ballot. I will as I have in the past 48 years of voting, be voting in person.
There is nothing to be afraid of, fearful about, or the least bit concerned about as I go do my civic duty and vote in person on Tuesday, November 3, 2020. While I applaud your awareness campaign of getting people to vote, the ceaseless, unabating reminders have at this point become nothing more than visual white noise.
There are those of us who are critical thinkers and are perfectly capable of finding our way to our local polling place and completing our own ballot. The voting process has changed in 48 years and yet I remember how the procedure works, even now, 48 years later.
Does anyone believe that on the evening of November 3, a winner of the Presidential election will have been clearly chosen and then the process of moving forward will continue? I'll assert that if Biden wins, the election will be contested. I'll also assert that if President Trump wins another four years, the election will be contested. It's a win/win, lose/lose for all concerned.
What will happen come November 4, 2020, is clearly up for speculation on all fronts.