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Research so you can make an informed decision in November

Editor, Ceres Courier,

It sure looks like everyone who votes in this November general election will do it by mail with only a few exceptions.

Since I have voting this way for many seasons, I do endorse this this way of voting. It works very well indeed. In the Nov. 3 election Ceres voters have a choice to elect a mayor, two council members, a county supervisor in District 5, the District 10 congressional representative and decide on statewide propositions.

Many of the counties in California already have a majority of their voters vote by mail. Two very dependable and trusted organizations, the post office and the county Elections Office, know how to handle it correctly.

Postage will be paid so voters do not have to pay for the postage. Just get your vote in the mail before the election deadline. I manage to mail my vote in about two or three weeks before the due date.

Take the time to read the voter ballot statements, do your research and you can make an informed decision on issues that matters. I like to discuss these matters with others to get different opinions and perspectives. If you do not cast a ballot someone else will decide for you, and you may not like the outcome.

Daniel Marsh,


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