Now that we’ve talked about what the outside looks like, let’s get into the deep dark recesses of what’s inside a returned mailer.
Each returned mailer, be it domestic, overseas, or email will contain either a sealed “B” envelope or the original “A” envelope.
A sealed “B” envelope will contain a marked ballot, which means the voter made their choices. If the voter chose not to vote absentee, they return the original “A” envelope they received unopened and not voted.
Examples of each of these follows.