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Let's say you live in Oregon, where voting is done 100% by mail. Or another state that allows you to mail in a ballot.
And let's say you don't have postage stamps. What do you do?
Mail the ballot!
Even though postage is required, the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) will deliver it anyway in the interest of supporting voting.
That said, USPS operations are paid for by selling postage and other products - not by the government. And with millions of ballots being sent by mail, using postage can make a difference.
By the way... don't try this with your tax returns.