This is what happens when we move too fast to fix a problem.
We want to maintain the secrecy of your ballot. To clarify the previous email, write your lot numbers on the return mail envelope, not the internal envelope you use to seal your ballot. When we check your lot numbers to make sure you are eligible to vote, we will write down the number of lots you own on the internal envelope. That way, when the ballots are unsealed, the election committee counting the votes will only see how many lots you are voting, and not the specific lot numbers you own.
Please be assured that those who open and count the ballots will not be able to identify you.
Craig Allen, Secretary