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Troops’ Absentee Ballots Are Not Always Counted

On Memorial Day, this is a good example to me of hypocrisy. Many people in government say “support our troops” in order to promote war. But, when it comes to genuinely helping our troops and our veterans, they do not do enough. What an outrage that a citizen could be sent overseas to fight “for our country”, and in so doing lose her ability to have her vote counted.

(excerpt from) The Daily News (Stephanie Gaskell’s War Zone blog)
Troops’ Absentee Ballots Are Not Always Counted
May 17, 2009

Last year, 20,092 military personnel and other voters from New York living overseas requested absentee ballots for the presidential election. But just 13,112 were received by election officials back here at home…

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