Saturday, March 21, 2009

In Case Your Ballot Was Damaged

If your ballot for the April 2009 PPTC elections was seriously damaged in the mail, here is what to do: 1- Notify Mike Rieman of the damage ( . Please provide your home address, especially if you are have joined PPTC within the last three months. 2- Mike will mail you a replacement ballot. Please save the damaged ballot if possible and return it along with your replacement ballot.
The deadline remains the same: Ballots should be postmarked no later than April 2, 2009.

Another election issue: do not remove the ballot numbers. Ballots returned without numbers cannot be counted. The numbers are there to ensure that the ballots are not copies but are the official ones. Be assured your anonymity is safe. There is no master list of names that might be used to cross check numbers to names.

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