vote-by-mail

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vote-by-mail (uncountable)

  1. A system for conducting elections in which voters receive and return ballots via the mail
    In Oregon, elections are conducted using vote-by-mail.
    You must send your vote-by-mail ballot by Friday for it to arrive in the election office in time to be counted.

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