BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — Buffalo’s First Lady, Michelle Brown, is hosting a ballot workshop on Thursday.
The focus of the event will be to demonstrate the Byron Brown stamps, which his campaign ordered last month.
The stamps can be used to put his name on the ballot instead of writing it by hand.
According to Brown, his campaign ordered tens of thousands of the stamps. He says election law OKs the use of them for write-in ballots.
Byron Brown is hoping to keep his office at City Hall, after losing the Democratic primary election to candidate India Walton.
The stamp event will take place at Brown’s campaign headquarters (701 Washington St.) at 5:45 p.m.
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