Orange County’s Voting Tip of the Day: Your ballot could take two stamps
October 22, 2016 – With California’s lengthy ballot your ballot could take two first-class stamps to mail. Depending on where you live your ballot may be longer than your cross-county neighbor. Some communities have more contests on the ballot. Take for instance, there are 17 state propositions on everyone’s ballot – some cities will also have local council races and measures (one city has 8 additional measures).
So please check your vote-by-mail instructions – the O.C. Voter Registar has included the exact postage required for every ballot in Orange County (it will be either a single first-class stamp or two first-class stamps).