Put this to a vote

My neighbor and I were talking about the amount of political mail we were receiving and if there was anything we could do about it. He said he would contact the County and ask to be removed from any lists, etc.

Here’s the response he received:

The only way to be removed from their mailing list is to not be registered to vote. If you wish to not be registered anymore you may send us something in writing with your signature requesting us to do so at 7000 65th Street, Sacramento, CA 95823. Thanks.

Awesome. That’ll show’em. This could be my new response when I am hit up at the grocery store to register. “Excuse me, sir, are you registered to vote in Sacramento County?” “No, I am not, I was, but I had to unregister to stop receiving campaign propaganda, sorry.

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Author: RonTopofIt

RonTopofIt is a complex personality, as are most of the small breed of modern day renaissance millionaires. He wishes more people were like him and yet believes that it takes all kinds. You've met RonTopofIt many times, you just don't remember him.

3 thoughts on “Put this to a vote”

  1. The only alternative I have heard (but not tested personally) is to vote by mail as soon as possible.

    Campaigns do not waste money on mailers and phone solicitations for folks that have already voted, and I have heard that the phone calls stop pretty quickly.

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