Stamps, Stamps, Stamps

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Stamp Commemorating the Centennial of the 19th Amendment. (c)2020

Today, you can go to your local post office or the USPS Website and buy these stamps commemorating the ratification of the 19th Amendment enshrining the right to vote for women one hundred years ago.

Buy a sheet to collect (as I will be doing), use them on your holiday cards or just thinking of you cards, and use them on your mail-in ballots for Election Day!

They are good forever!

Election Connection: 19 Weeks: GET OUT THE VOTE!

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Today is primary day in Kentucky (1 US Senate seat, 6 US House seats), New York (27 US House seats), and Virginia (1 US Senate seat, 7 US House seats).

I’ve already voted (about two weeks ago) through absentee ballot.

I’ve also already requested an absentee ballot for the November election.

I would encourage you to make sure you’re registered to vote (and check throughout the summer) and if you have any qualms about voting in person get an application for an absentee ballot and send it in. This is the most important election of our lifetimes. Use your right to vote.

Vote Save America can help you find out if you’re registered and you can help in battlground states by adopting a state. The instructions for doing that are right there on their website.