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I Voted!

Discussion in 'Legal' started by Roon, Nov 1, 2004.

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  1. Roon

    Roon Member

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    Not yet, but tomorrow... early voters and absentee can tally up now. We've got 13,579 members, mostly voting age. How many replies can we get?

    Stand Up and Be Counted
     
  2. Bartholomew Roberts

    Bartholomew Roberts Moderator Emeritus

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    Voted Bush/Cheney.
     
  3. FPrice

    FPrice Member

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    UNless I die tonight...

    Bush/Cheney.
     
  4. charby

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    Just check Republican

    I'm going to punch the party button, mark the party oval or whatever hair- brained voting system Iowa has this fall.

    I miss the old voting machines where you selected with lever and when the curtain closed it tallied your vote. My first election was the last time I used that type of machine (1992)

    Charby
     
  5. itgoesboom

    itgoesboom member

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    Voted Friday,

    Bush/Cheney.

    I.G.B.
     
  6. StephenT

    StephenT Member

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    I voted early and straight Republican. Folks, with the polls all over the place, who knows who will win the election tomorrow Everyone on this board needs to vote for Bush. No excuses! If Kerry gets elected and you didn't vote, don't complain when he signs repressive gun laws.
     
  7. KMKeller

    KMKeller Member

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    Voted Bush/Cheney
     
  8. buzz_knox

    buzz_knox Member

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    Voted early, straight R.
     
  9. cslinger

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    Voted Repub. all the way already. Not much to vote on here this time.

    Early voted last Thursday.
     
  10. Adam

    Adam Member

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    I wish I can vote also, but I'm crossing my fingers for President Bush!
     
  11. Fly320s

    Fly320s Member

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    Voted last Thursday.

    Bush/Cheney again. If Bush wins then I'll get over my guilt trip for not voting for Badnarik.
     
  12. RW_Reagan

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    Bush/Cheney.

    And if I can, maybe more than once!
     
  13. Daniel964

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    Bush/Cheney

    Is their a better choice?
     
  14. Gusgus

    Gusgus Member

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    Up until a month ago, my wife and I where voting Badnarik. But first thing tomorrow morning, my wife, adult children, parents, brother, sisters, BILs, SILs, Nephews and I are voting Bush. That's approximately 2 dozen Jersey votes for Bush. We're all united this time, even my union shop stewart BIL.
     
  15. Stetson_CO

    Stetson_CO Member

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    Voted Thursday

    Bush/Cheney


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  16. TarpleyG

    TarpleyG Member

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    My wife and I voted all Republican except for Broward Property Appraiser. We voted for the independent guy.

    Greg
     
  17. Bubbles

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    I'm voting Bush/Cheney for President, sitting out the Congressional race (choice is between bad and worse), and there's no Senate race in my state.

    I'm also supporting both Constitutional Amendments, and none of the bond referenda.
     
  18. Bigjake

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    Come Hell or highwater, tomorow morning at 6:45 i will be punching my card for Bush/Cheney
     
  19. CentralTexas

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    my conscience and the Constitution!
    Badnarik & Campagna
    Libertarians baby!
     
  20. desmack

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    My immediate family of 4 will pull that R lever tommarow hoping for a landslide victory!!!!


    GO BUSH!!!

    DB
     
  21. 4570Rick

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    Tomorrow, my two sisters, my brother in AZ, my mom and I will vote Bush.:scrutiny:
     
  22. Mizzoutiger

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    Voting Bush/Cheney
    with a mix of Rs and Ls down the list from there.

    Decriminalizing Maryjane too.
     
  23. tyme

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    Badnarik/Campagna

    If Bush loses Texas, 100,000 votes probably wouldn't save him, and neither will my single vote.
     
  24. dakotasin

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    wife and i will be voting in the late morning.

    she will be voting a straight republican ticket. i will be voting straight republican ticket except for the one race i am undecided on, which is for our house seat. just not sure where to go... the dem got the nra endorsement, but i am really loathe to purposefully vote for a democrat... any advice??? (both are a-rated by the nra).
     
  25. RocketMan

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    In the land of State-assisted voter fraud (I received two vote-by-mail ballots, but only voted one.), I grimmaced and voted Bush/Cheney.
    My ballot was mailed in several days ago.
     
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