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Discussion in 'Forum for Polls' started by SaggyWoman, Mar 11, 2010.
So, tell us!
I vote in every election, and I often will do a write in ballot.
I do not vote in that many primaries, as the Conservative Party of NY usually does not have primaries (NY is a closed state)
I vote as often as they will let me!
You must be from Chicago.
Even worse, I am originally from Washington, DC!
Vote early. Vote often.
I was concerned that my grandfather (who was born in Massachusetts) voted for Martha Coakley rather than Scott Brown. (Of course, he's been with the Lord for the 30 years.)
I vote every chance I get! Even in the local elections.
Friend of Spurgeon, that was funny!
In New York we have elections at least once a year.
Federal (congress - Pres) are held the same year with State - Assembly and Gov; in off election years we have county and town elections.
School distict elections (budget and board of education) are held about in April or May - unless you live in a major city, then the city council votes on the school budget, and the board of education is voted on during the Novemeber election on the off-Federal cycle. Then Village elections are held usually in March.
I voted for the first time in 1960, for Richard Nixon for President.
I have not missed an election, primary or general, since then.
I don't think I have ever missed voting in an election since I turned 18.
While in the Coast Guard I voted using an absentee ballot.
Ah yes, voting...it all comes back to me now...
threats, intimidation, fears of violence, lawlessness, and chaos...one fears for one's own life...
Oh...wait a minute. My bad. That's business meeting I'm thinking about.
You had go and bring back the memories of being in a church trustee meeting in the '80s. :BangHead:
I vote every time we have an election . In fact I would vote more than than once if I could.:thumbs: