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Re: Proxy Voting vs mail ballots

In a message dated 9/4/99 5:59:20 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
ctuttle39@JUNO.COM writes:

<< In the past, to the best of my knowledge, we have talked about mail
 ballots, which is a system that is a far cry from proxy voting.  Proxy
 voting means you give someone else the right to vote for you and to the
 best of my memory, I have not heard of a mutual interest group having
 voting done on that basis. >>


Thank you for the clarification, and I apologize for my lack of knowledge and 
clarity.  I should have requested MAIL BALLOTS!

Lori Johnson
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