Hey, thanks for voting freebie
July 26, 2018
Last Tuesday, three days before ballots for the primary election hit the mail, Washington Secretary of State Kim Wyman brightened the news keyboards with word that for the first time voters will be able to cast their ballots and return them through the U.S. Postal Service without having to ante up the cost of a stamp.
The second sentence of Wyman's report expresses thanks to Kim Wyman, Gov. Jay Inslee and county officials statewide.
The new "no postage" ballot return somehow suggests all those state and county officials around the state believe there's would-be voters out there who sh...