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Discussion in 'Free-For-All Archives' started by bb_baptist, Nov 2, 2004.
I just voted
I voted the other day. (early voting)
I voted two weeks ago.
I also voted two weeks ago.
Voted this morning a few minutes after 7 a.m.
Voted @ 6:30 am…straight Republican…
I voted the second day of early voting (and still had to wait in line about 45 minutes)
I voted absentee last week. I don't like crowds so I try to do whatever I can to avoid them. I don't know why more people don't vote absentee. It gives you time to check out things you might not know while you are at the polls, like keeping judges and the like.
I voted on the 10th October.
I voted this morning and was number 33 to come out in my division. Most elections I am number 10 or thereabouts, so I conclude they will have a busy day.
I voted about 30 minutes ago.
I voted at 6:45am this morning.
Voted this morning. This was the busiest I've ever seen our polling place.
Really? I was shocked that there was barely anyone there. There were two voting booths, and no waiting. Then again, there seem to be a lot of places to vote for such a small town!
9:00 am. President Bush.
I voted 30 minutes ago. I had to wait about 45 minutes to vote. Looks like the turnout is heavy here in Arizona.
I will be invoking voter's rights laws. I will be leaving work at 11am to vote and requiring work to pay for it
This will allow me to avoid the long lines expected after 5pm.
Hmmm, long lines at the polls. Regardless of who wins, the high number of voters this time around is a good thing.
unfortunately, I was out of state and didn't get my resgistration sent in soon enough :-( no vote for me this year.
I put out some more campaign signs at the polling locations last night, so far only 2 of the six I put out have been torn up. I went to the polling location around the corner today at lunch and put up some more signs and passed out some flyers. The lines are very long at all of the polling locatios around here. Looks like it will be a very big voter turnout!