Voted, did you?

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    I did. Voted last Friday after work.
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    Here in WA State,, unless you are homeless, we all vote by mail in ballot. Did ours about 3 weeks ago and immediately, all the phone calls stopped verifying our ballots got to the counters... We did get a call from Josh R asking for more $ last week. We maxed the individual donation after that call.

    We are heading to the movies (VIP over 21 only) for Argos and served drinks and food at our seats. Don't need to hear all the pot heads talking the talk all day... Hope to see everyone on the flip side tomorrow...

    BTW, my buddy in FL has loaded all his weapons because of the threats his neighborhood received based on who may have won...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cook74 View Post
    Here in WA State,, unless you are homeless, we all vote by mail in ballot. Did ours about 3 weeks ago and immediately, all the phone calls stopped verifying our ballots got to the counters... We did get a call from Josh R asking for more $ last week. We maxed the individual donation after that call.

    We are heading to the movies (VIP over 21 only) for Argos and served drinks and food at our seats. Don't need to hear all the pot heads talking the talk all day... Hope to see everyone on the flip side tomorrow...

    BTW, my buddy in FL has loaded all his weapons because of the threats his neighborhood received based on who may have won
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    How and why was his neighborhood threatened?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cook74 View Post
    BTW, my buddy in FL has loaded all his weapons because of the threats his neighborhood received based on who may have won...
    Really? Where abouts is your buddy in FL? I imagine that there could be issues in some of the big cities. Those with, um, er a large welfare population but, I don't see it being very widespread. I've got mine loaded just in case, though
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    I will be voting with my wife after she gets out of work this afternoon.
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    I voted at 0600 for candidates who are unabashed supporters of the Second Amendment!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MJK View Post
    I voted at 0600 for candidates who are unabashed supporters of the Second Amendment!
    So you voted for an independent presidential candidate?

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    i did this morning. my polling place wasn't posted. bonus.

    not saying who i voted for but i didn't vote democrat or republican...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex_C View Post
    So you voted for an independent presidential candidate?
    Yeah he pretty much had to (that point made people on here get mad at me) because D nor R really do.

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    Just voted. I cant remember ever being this depressed while voting. I can usually vote FOR someobody, not simply against the other.
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    I voted an hour ago and all the lines were gone. There was NO one waiting in a line. (At 7 am there was an hour wait) Walked in and walked out in less than 10 minutes. Easy breezy.
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    Yep. Stood in line for 30 minutes before they opened, and another 10-15 to get inside and get it done. Here's hoping for some change!!

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    Yes, I voted! Have not missed ANY election since 1968 when I turned 21 and was eligible to vote!
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    Voted about an hour ago and my wife is heading out the door to go vote now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mwhartman View Post
    Yes, I voted! Have not missed ANY election since 1968 when I turned 21 and was eligible to vote!
    Same here, my son who is 9 has been to every election since he was born, his first was at 3 months, carried him in while he was relaxing in his carrier. Election before last they tried to stop him from coming behind the machine with me, we got that straightened out with the local voter's office. Next election, there was tons of "your rights as a voter" pamphlets all over the place and no none said anything when he walked around the machine with me to watch one of the most powerful things an American can do.
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