This looks like it may end up being like 2000's Butterfly Ballot and Hanging Chads and what not. The USPS says people are not putting enough postage while mailing the Absentee Ballot.
Thousands of Ohio voters are voting by absentee ballot this year so they don't have to stand in line at the polls on Election Day. Ohio Boards of Elections expect at least 25 percent of all votes to come in this way.But the U.S. Postal Service says many absentee voters are not putting enough postage on the envelope, putting their vote at risk.
Because of the size of the 2012 mailer,the Hamilton County Board of Elections in Ohio say you should put 65 cents worth of postage on most absentee ballots, about 20 cents more than the standard Forever Stamp.Ohio Kossacks - did you put the right amount of postage?