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Discussion in 'Forum for Polls' started by SaggyWoman, Nov 17, 2007.
And your answer is....
Yep. And I always vote!!
Me too! :thumbs:
I always vote .If if my choices are slim. MK
I always vote when possible, and often will make write in votes.
Someone came to my high school to register anyone 18 or over who was intrested.
I have voted every time I had the chance since then.
Every election possible since 1993
I do vote but not on everything.
I grew up in Kentucky, which gave 18-year-olds the vote before other states did and well before the feds did. So I have been voting for more than 50 years! Probably missed a few primary elections, but I think I have voted in every general election since 1956.
Yes, but if we ever get rid of stupid compulsory voting system in Oz I'll be off the list in 2 seconds flat.
I vote in all Presidental and Congressional elections. Not always in local elections.
I voted no since I am not a citizen of the U.S.A.. I would happily vote in the U.S. election if I could. I vote in Sweden and is registred to vote in Sweden,
I voted the week before last; only bond elections and consitutional amendments. As virtually always, I voted agaisnt the bond proposals without considering them, and they all passed easily anyway.
Ah, but I voted "yes", even though, like you, I am not a citizen of the U.S.A., because the poll makes no particular mention of any country. I assumed that it was asking if we were registered to vote wherever we live. Maybe I was wrong.
I am certianly registered to vote, where I live which is different than most others on this forum.
I have never voted before though.I registered one day late for the 2004 elections and was out of town for the 2006 mid terms.
Also, there has never been anyone I cared enough to vote for.
I might vote for ROn Paul next year but I do not care for his weakness on abortion.
I'm registered and vote regularily.
I follow the "Mayor Daley Rule"- Vote early, and vote often. :laugh: