Ballot wasn’t put into box

I’d like to put my 2 cents in about election night. First, I went to the polling place. Even though I am a registered voter, my name was not in the book. They gave me a ballot with two envelopes. I had to fold the ballot, although a sign said not to fold the ballot, put it in one envelope and then put it in another envelope and fill it out. I was not a happy camper. I wanted to know why I could not put my ballot in the box, they said it had to go to the courthouse. No one could explain this to me. As far as I’m concerned, this should be against the law; all ballots belong in the box. How do I know if my vote got counted? I think we need a recount everywhere. Can anyone explain any of this to me?

This is to the media: You all jumped the gun before all ballots were counted. What are we coming to?


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