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Good mornin everybody. I hope everyone got out and voted today. We
just back from the voting place. It may not turn out my way but at
least I've earned the right to complain. LOL
 

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Not yet - we leave for work long before the polls open and our voting place is over 20 miles away. After work though, it will be my number 1 priority. I hope everyone votes. (Except the people who don't agree with my views! Just kidding.)
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Absentee about a month ago! First time I voted absentee. Much more simple and painless!
 

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i got my sticker today # 143 at 11 am, which is great turnout for my area, last time there was something to vote on i was #24 at 5pm.
 

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Yup, I voted.

I live in downtown Redneckville, and our township is not exactly wealthy. You can tell by the use of paper ballots and cardboard boxes rigged up for secrecy while making out your ballot.
 

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I din't get no sticker but I was first ballot in the machine this morning-like WhiteDog-I've got a right to complain-what a wonderful country this is!
 

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First thing I did tis morn'in. Had my sticker till the grand daughter got here. She had two stickers on at the supper table and I asked her if she was a democrate. Wife gave me a mean look. I said well maybe she voted twice like they do in Chicago. I got another mean look. Oh well. I just sat real calm and ate my meal after that.
 

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quote:Originally posted by Baldy

First thing I did tis morn'in. Had my sticker till the grand daughter got here. She had two stickers on at the supper table and I asked her if she was a democrate. Wife gave me a mean look. I said well maybe she voted twice like they do in Chicago. I got another mean look. Oh well. I just sat real calm and ate my meal after that.
Sounds like your wife is a little like mine. After 25 years I think I've have finally converted her. She changed her party affiliation at the last presidential election.

I voted as soon as I got off work last night. There was a really big crowd at our little voting place. Unfortunately, things didn't turn out like I hoped. Oh well...we exercised our right to vote. Too bad everyone wasn't as well informed.
Tom
 
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