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Who did the 18-25 year old males vote for?

Discussion in 'Legal' started by WT, Nov 4, 2004.

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  1. WT

    WT Member

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    I am just wondering if those nasty 'bring back the draft' rumors affected the way 18-25 year old males voted.

    I heard that most single young women below 25 voted for Kerry. Something like 74% went democratic.
     
  2. fletcher

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    This 18-25 year old male voted for Bush, as did my three 18-25 year old male roommates.
     
  3. JL2152

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    I am an 18-25 year old male that voted for Bush.
     
  4. HiWayMan

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    Bush.

    Silly question.
     
  5. Kharn

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    W for me.

    My roommate left at like 6:30pm to vote for Kerry in his parents' county an hour away, then left on travel the next morning so I'm not sure if he managed to vote or not. (he and I hold good-natured arguments back and forth about twice a week)

    Kharn
     
  6. Sleeping Dog

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    Bring back the draft?

    It was a democrat (Rangel?) that brought up the idea of restoring the draft.

    In fact, it was a democrat (LBJ) whose name appeared on my draft notice.

    Democrats. Bah. :)

    Regards.
     
  7. dakotasin

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    my 2 younger brothers are 18-25 year old males. their votes went to bush and thune.
     
  8. John Forsyth

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    My 19 year old son voted for Bush.
     
  9. Indy7373

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    The draft doesn't and didn't scare me. I would gladly serve my country if called. That being said, I definetly cast my vote for Bush.

    (I also talked my brother in law, my sister, and my father into voting for him as well.):D
     
  10. Tag

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    I voted bush, many on campus did not.
     
  11. captain obvious

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    I voted bush (and I'm glad I voted in VA as opposed to WV).

    There are lots of bush supporters here, but the kerry supporters were VERY vocal, so much so that some would almost pick a fight with someone who said they would vote for bush. The worst were some misguided iraq vets who backed the kerry creature in a big way, and did their best to confront (what seemed like) everyone.
     
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    My Son is only 17, he told me Tuesday if he could vote his would go to Bush.
     
  13. ShadowOne

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    18-25 here. Voted Bush.
     
  14. Bartholomew Roberts

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    According to the same exit poll data that predicted a Kerry victory, 18-29yr olds broke 55% Kerry 44% Bush 1% Other.
     
  15. Yooper

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    Michigan reported in the 18-29 age group; 51% for Kerry, 48% for Bush, but did not break it down by gender in the article I read
     
  16. jefnvk

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    My vote went Bush. Although Bush would reenact the draft no more then Kerry would, I don't even think its a bad thing.
     
  17. CannibalCrowley

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    I'm 23 and I voted for Badnarik
     
  18. Phantom Warrior

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    18-25 male here. I voted for Bush. Of course I'm already signed up to join the Army in June, so the draft wouldn't affect me too much. At least now I'll have a Commander-in-Chief I can respect...
     
  19. Soap

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    22 years old and I voted for Bush. Any prez that will let the AWB die is cool with me. The draft nonsense reeks of donkey odor. :rolleyes:
     
  20. stevekl

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    I'm 19, voted for the president, of course.
     
  21. SAG0282

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    Age 22, proudly campaigned and voted for BUSH!
     
  22. Nick1911

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    18, voted for bush

    19 yr old roomie didnt vote

    Nick
     
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    My 23 year old son voted for Bush.
     
  24. Moparmike

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    21yrs old, voted Bush. Wish I would have realized just how many votes Bush was going to get in AR so I could have voted my conscience: Badnarik.
     
  25. nico

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    21 and I voted for Bush. So did my girlfriend if it makes any difference. I don't think I know anyone else in my age group who did though.
     
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