I live in Oregon - the only state in the Union that votes by mail. There is no polling station to go to, no “I voted” sticker to proudly wear this November. This is new for me - I’ve always excitedly marched to the polls. 
I got my mail-in ballot last week, and talked to some friends about it. One said he doesn’t vote because “votes in Oregon don’t count. The president is already announced before Oregon ballots are finished being counted.” 
Talk about malarkey. First of all, that’s not true. Second of all, call me naive but I’m of the “every vote counts” camp. I can’t wait to mail in my ballot, vote again for my president. It doesn’t matter if you live in Oregon or Oklahoma - get your vote on. 

I live in Oregon - the only state in the Union that votes by mail. There is no polling station to go to, no “I voted” sticker to proudly wear this November. This is new for me - I’ve always excitedly marched to the polls. 

I got my mail-in ballot last week, and talked to some friends about it. One said he doesn’t vote because “votes in Oregon don’t count. The president is already announced before Oregon ballots are finished being counted.” 

Talk about malarkey. First of all, that’s not true. Second of all, call me naive but I’m of the “every vote counts” camp. I can’t wait to mail in my ballot, vote again for my president. It doesn’t matter if you live in Oregon or Oklahoma - get your vote on.