Actually, it’s $1.17 |

Actually, it’s $1.17

Dear Editor:

In response to Sandy St. John’s letter of Oct. 15 titled “Two stamps, not one,” I would like to make it clear that the official required postage for the mail-in ballots this year is actually $1.17. Two 42-cent stamps isn’t going to cut it.

Hopefully the U.S. Post Office chooses not to disenfranchise any voter and instead delivers all ballots, even those with insufficient postage. However, as Sandy said, this could be the most critical election of our lifetime, so why take any chances.

Evan Rose


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