4/27/2020, Originally Featured in Colorado Politics
“Americans believe in the consent of the governed and the right of every citizen 18 years of age and older to vote. More recently, many Americans have come to believe in the right to vote by mail.
Five states, including Colorado and Utah, have allowed all citizens to vote by mail in recent years. Just about every state allows ill or absent citizens, such as military or diplomats, to send in their votes by mail. Some states, such as Nebraska, permit voting by mail in rural counties where the drive to get to a polling place is considered a hardship.”
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