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The envelopes being used by the Supervisor of Elections Office for absentee ballots are the same as those used in the past, but a glitch at the Post Office has them coming back to voters instead of reaching the Supervisor's office.
A label on the back of the envelope with the voter's address, used by elections workers to identify the ballot as being received, is being read by postal sorting machines instead of the supervisor's address on the front of the envelope.
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