Editor:

I have always trusted our elections, but this year it seems very different. Obviously, I haven’t given the procedures enough attention. I’ve been a mail-in voter for years, but never noticed until now that on my mail-in envelope where anyone can read it is my voter ID#, my name AND the party for which I am registered. ANYONE who sees the envelope could assume I voted for the party on the envelope! It might not happen, BUT how would I know that? I thought our system of voting was essentially “secret ballot.”

This is a disgrace for American voters! I will deliver my ballot in person; but again, how many people will know who I am and how (presumably) I voted?

Jean Oliver, Star Valley

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