Youngsters when they head off to college, still vote in their hometowns. I don’t have any issues with that since they are only temporarily at the college (my daughter permently relocated after two years and changed her permanent address and registered where she is).
As such, it’s logical they would ask for a mail in ballot be sent to them at college so they can vote by mail.
But houston we have a problem. Appears the younger generation isn’t familiar with how the United States Post office works, or the locations of their offices, or locations of the many places that sell stamps to put on the envelope to mail back!
Connors says the focus group, which included college interns from numerous county departments, “had a very spirited conversation” about knowing many others who just didn’t send back the ballots because they the concept of a postage stamp was so foreign to them.
Looks like we need a new solution to kids who don’t know what a postage stamp is!