LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — A Texas man working in Los Angeles didn’t get his absentee ballot in the mail, so he decided to vote in person.
The problem is that Jeff Wilson’s nearest vote center is more than 1,000 miles away.READ MORE: Woman Shot Dead, Two Others Wounded In South L.A. Drive-By
Wilson left California Sunday afternoon headed for Kendall County, Texas — about 50 miles north of San Antonio — so he can cast his ballot bright and early Tuesday morning.READ MORE: One Killed In Westminster Crash That Mangled Five Cars
“If I’m gonna drive 1,217 miles and sleep in my car for a few hours, I think there aren’t a whole lot of excuses to drive three or four minutes to the polling station and maybe wait a while,” he said.MORE NEWS: Authorities Ask Public For Info On Couple Charged 6-Year-Old Aiden Leos Freeway Shooting Death
In Texas, voters can apply to receive a vote-by-mail ballot if they are out of the county on Election Day and during early voting.