If you’re voting by mail for the first time, don’t wing it by filling out the ballot, stuffing it in an envelope and rushing it to the post office.
There’s more to it than that. And if you skip a step, your vote may not be counted.
Last week, the state Supreme Court clarified that ballots can be disqualified for a number of reasons, all of them having to do with voters being sloppy.
So pay attention to the details when you fill out your ballot — and when you package it up to send it back.