Rhoda Kitchen, 41, says she's relieved her recent hospitalization for a blood clot won't prevent her from voting. The Sutter Medical Center patient in Sacramento is one of a few California absentee voters who will be casting a ballot from a hospit Claudia Buck The Sacramento Bee
Rhoda Kitchen, 41, says she's relieved her recent hospitalization for a blood clot won't prevent her from voting. The Sutter Medical Center patient in Sacramento is one of a few California absentee voters who will be casting a ballot from a hospit Claudia Buck The Sacramento Bee

At some hospitals, patients get their ballots hand-delivered

November 07, 2016 09:28 PM