November 29, 2020
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NASA astronaut Kate Rubins votes from space in the US election using the ‘ISS voting booth’ | TheHill – The Hill

How do you postmark a ballot from space? 
NASA astronaut Kate Rubins sent hers in through a secure electronic ballot using a makeshift voting booth on the International Space Station. 
From the International Space Station: I voted today
Kate Rubins pic.twitter.com/DRdjwSzXwy
NASA Astronauts (@NASA_Astronauts) October 22, 2020
I think its really important for everybody to vote, Rubins told The Associated Press (AP) before leaving for space in October. If we can do it from space, then I believe folks…

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