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Did the City Forget to Send the Secretary of State her Vote-By-Mail Ballot?*

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Tweeted by Debra Bowen earlier today
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If you were the LA City Clerks office, there's one elected official you probably want to make sure their vote-by-mail ballot gets to. And that would be the Debra Bowen, California's Secretary of State who is charged with being the state's Chief Elections Officer, among many other important duties.

A City of LA gaffe or easily blamed on the post office? In any case, better luck on the next election, which for those of us in Los Angeles is May 19th.

*Update, Bowen Replies: In a twitter reply, "I wouldn't blame the city - could be a post office problem, could be our mailroom or? Investigate before blasting city!... My POV: this is why we have provisional ballots. If a voter's ballot is missing s/he can still vote w/o risk of double voting."

Sidebar: If you are voting tomorrow, make sure to check out these Voting Guides.

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The original headline for this post was "City Forgets to Send Secretary of State her Vote-By-Mail Ballot."