How To Vote By Mail | Life Kit | NPR: Millions of voters will be mailing in ballots for the first time this election season because of the coronavirus pandemic. NPR’s Mile Parks and the Life Kit podcast have the steps you need to take to make sure that mail-in ballot is properly cast.

• Read “Why Is Voting By Mail (Suddenly) Controversial? Here’s What You Need To Know” at
• Listen to NPR’s Life Kit Podcast Episode: “The Most Important Mail You’ll Ever Send: A Ballot” at


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