Election Day: I showed valid CHL card to verify my ID before voting

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevem174 View Post
    I have seen cops pull over bicycles, lawnmowers, tractors, electric wheel chairs, and even a train. All were alcohol related except the train, it was “speeding”
    really that funney, i am not shore if its true but i heard that rideing a hores intoxicated is actully fine in NY

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevem174 View Post
    I have seen cops pull over bicycles, lawnmowers, tractors, electric wheel chairs, and even a train. All were alcohol related except the train, it was “speeding”
    Sorry for the hijack, back to the original topic. I try to avoid showing my permit unless it’s required.

    Does UT allow you to carry while voting?
    Yes, I carried at the polls, and say 2 other OCers while I was there. Nothing prohibits carry at the polling locations in Utah.
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    Quote Originally Posted by glockman10mm View Post
    Well, as Forrest Gump would say,"one less worry". Wish I could get by without a car.
    I've done it before, it's very liberating. And saves an enormous amount of money.

    I'm still car-lite. I doubt I drive more than 3000 miles a year. It just got to the point that driving and car ownership seemed to be causing more problems than it solved. i work about 2 miles away, so it's an easy bike ride. About the only time I take the car anywhere is when I go to the range since it's hard to carry rifles, target stands, ammo, and all the other stuff on the bike.

    It's great that everyone got out and voted!
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    Quote Originally Posted by deafdave3 View Post
    He said, "STOP by cop." That does refer to a vehicle stop.
    Haven't you ever heard about people getting a DUI while riding their bicycle? (They do!)

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    I was tempted to do the same but flat out do not want others that are not friends or family knowing what I may or may not be doing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by deafdave3 View Post
    I've never seen a cop pull over a bike..
    Come to Maryland....

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    FWIW; In FL they require one form of ID with photo and signature but only to establish your identity.
    The address on it does not matter as long as you swear as to your correct current address so you vote in the correct precinct.
    A CWFL (Concealed Weapon Or Firearm License) is not good because it has no signature.
    And a polling place is specifically listed as a no carry location in state law.
    I normally use my DL in other situations because I keep my carry permit confidential.
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