Joel Miller, Linn County Auditor and Democratic candidate for Iowa Secretary of State, is making vote by mail easy again.
Beginning on April 27th and for the following three Wednesdays, Miller will be printing an absentee ballot request form (ABRF) in the PennySaver, a publication of The Gazette, that gets distributed to over 80,000 households in Linn County.
Miller believes voting should be easy and convenient, and there is nothing more convenient for voters than being able to vote by mail in the privacy of their homes.
The advantage of putting the form in the PennySaver is that voters do not need a computer and printer to print the form from the internet – only scissors and a stamped envelope. They can then mail the ABRF back or drop it off at the Auditor’s Office located at 935 2nd ST SW in Cedar Rapids, IA 52404.
Miller encourages every eligible citizen to vote in every election, and especially the upcoming June 7th primary election.
Miller requests the current Iowa Secretary of State (SoS) print an ABRF in all newspapers statewide. If the SoS declines, then the remaining 98 county auditors should print an ABRF in their official newspapers. Let’s #PutVotersFirstAgain!