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- I agree that absentee ballots are the future for many people for a variety of reasons. My only question is how does one determine how many elections and absentee ballots one is eligible to receive. for those with more than one home. this becomes a problem since there is no national voting register and driver's licenses are not used as verification in all states. home ownership does not define voting eligibility nor does having or not having a driver's license.
I believe this had been a problem in many states and counties and was highlighted in the Bush/Gore election here in Florida's Broward county. Not sure what if anything has been about voter's participating in more than one state. I understand that there are arguments as tax payers for things like bond issues but it is still one person one vote. Here is where the issue focus should be.
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