Why aren't we using a return address?
Thanks for getting in touch. Return addresses are not required on first-class letters, per USPS. Return addresses are used to tell USPS where the sender wants the mail returned if it is undeliverable. Our small team does not have the capacity to collect and review returned mail. The USPS Mail Recovery Center is equipped to recycle or dispose of returned first-class mail without a return address that is undeliverable.
If you wish to use your own address for the return, you may do so. If not, please write your first name and last initial on the first line, and Vote Forward on the second line in the space where the return address would ordinarily appear on your envelopes. Here is an example:
Please do not use someone else's address, or the address of any organization, as the return address.