Mailing your ballot? Better hurry!
I love Absentee voting. Sure, you don't get the patriotic "I Voted" sticker, but that's ok. The convenience of filling out a ballot at home is worth it to me. Plus, I can spend a few minutes online if I have any questions about any of the candidates. Like the judges, for example.
If your ballot is still sitting in a pile of paperwork at home, make sure you get it filled out and mailed this week. It has to be received to the election office by November 6th. If you have not registered to vote, there is still time to do that as well, at the election office at the courthouse downtown.
No matter who wins next week, I think we will all be glad to be done with the political ads, right?