The U.S. Postal Service is conducting a vote through midnight April 24 on which of two Elvis Presley likenesses should grace a 1993 stamp, the first ever to honor a rock 'n' roll singer. One features a young Elvis Presley from about 1955; the other Elvis as he was in 1973. The singer died in 1977.
Some 10 million ballots are available at mail stations and in People magazines in the first effort by the Post Office to hold a public vote on a stamp.
The Evening Sun would like to know which likeness you would prefer on a stamp. The Elvis of 1955? The Elvis of 1973?