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A bill authorize the mailing of absentee voting matter free of postage.

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06/18/1975Introduced in Senate

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06/18/1975Referred to Senate Committee on Post Office and Civil Service.
Action By: Senate

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Senate Post Office and Civil Service06/18/1975 Referred to

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Introduced in Senate (06/18/1975)

Provides that an official or agency of a State or political subdivision having authority to administer the election laws of the State or political subdivision may mail free of postage to an absentee voter of the State or political subdivision an application for an absentee ballot requested by the absentee voter, an absentee ballot, instructions explaining such application or ballot, and an envelope or other cover to return such application or ballot to the official or agency. Provides that the absentee voter may make a return mailing of his application or absentee ballot free of postage if such mailing is made in the return envelope or other cover provided by such official or agency. (Adds 39 U.S.C. 3406)