I recently committed to vote for President Obama and Ohio Democrats? Really Alexis?
What? Are you psychic?
Well, since I told you last week that I’m casting my vote (my ballot arrived this morning) for Dr. Jill Stein, don’t quit your day job.
Hi Jeffrey —
You recently committed to vote for President Obama and Ohio Democrats by requesting a vote-by-mail ballot — you rock.
According to the county board of elections, you should have received your ballot in the mail by now. Did you get it?
If you haven’t yet received your ballot, let me know and I’ll help you track down your ballot with the county board of elections.
Every vote cast early for President Obama and other Democrats brings us closer to victory on November 6th, so we want to make sure your voice is heard on Election Night.
If you have received your ballot, and you haven’t filled it out yet, here are your next steps:
1. Follow the instructions carefully and fill out the ballot completely — make sure to leave the stub on your ballot attached, and don’t forget to sign your name on the designated line on the identification envelope.
2. Drop your ballot in the mail the day after you receive it — don’t wait. Your vote-by-mail ballot must be postmarked no later than November 5th or it must be delivered in person to the board of elections no later than 7:30 p.m. on Election Day in order to be counted. And check postage to make sure your ballot makes it to its destination! You may need three or more stamps.
3. After you mail in your ballot, tell your friends and family members how easy it was to vote early for President Obama and Ohio Democrats — and tell them to vote early, too. The deadline to request a vote-by-mail ballot is noon on November 3rd.
Let me know if you have any questions or call our voter hotline at 855-VOTE-199.
Thank you so much,
Organizing for America – Ohio