Getting Ready to Vote

I received my mail-in ballot last week, along with the voter information pamphlets that explain the various propositions we’re voting on and give the candidate statements.

I like to spread all the materials out on my dining table. I read over everything, check online with a few trusted news sources if I have questions, then mark my ballot.

Photo of mail-in ballot documents

It usually takes me several hours, spread across a few days, to complete the process. Once I’m finished, I drop off the ballot at an official ballot box. Then stick the I Voted sticker someplace where I can see it.

How about you? If you’re in the United States and are eligible to vote, will you be voting by mail or in person this election?