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    Who here has voted? Just curious to see who did.

    I voted around 12:00 PM. The place I voted at wasn't to full when I got there but it filled up quite quickly after I showed up. According to the poll workers there turnout has been very good and they had a higer amount of young voters then they expected.


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    Got to my polling place at approx. 7:10 this morning. It was packed but moved along at a good pace.
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    Did early voting last week.
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    I voted at 10 A.M. this morning, and there was only one other person voting...
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    6:45 A.M. I was voter number 91 for my polling spot.

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    I was able to leave mine until later so trotted out about 1.30. Nice steady flow of folks but not too crowded. I opted to use the electronic deal and had to wait for a very slow young lady!

    My # on that was 3610. Small voting area this one.

    So - that's it - my miniscule contribution - but better then none at all.
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    I voted at about 12:30pm - steady flow, but couldn't have taken more than 10 minutes.

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    Voted at 9:30.

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    My daughter and I voted at around 9am, it was her first time.
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    About 7 am and I was number 108. Pretty good for a little town out in the sticks of maybe 1,000 people.
    Funny thing to me was that here in MO we can't carry into a polling place on election day. Nobody seemed too concerned with concealment this morning, virtually every person got out of his or her car, took a gun off, locked the car, went in and voted, then came back out, unlocked the car, got the gun and reholstered.
    I really didn't realize how many CCW people lived around me. No wonder crime's relatively low.....

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    Voted sometime after lunch. No lines at all. Machines were mostly empty.
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    I voted about 7:30 am. I was # 2. Talk about a small voting area.

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    Voted early last Friday. Got there before theye were open. In and out within 8 minutes with the electronic machine.
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    All mail in ballots in my county, voted as soon as I recieved it.

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    I exercised my right to vote this morning at 11.
    As I was walking out the volunteer offered me one of those "I voted" stickers.
    I declined.
    He said "You worked hard for it".
    I said "No, not me, but my Father did and a lot of others did too".
    My dad is one of the few living WWII vets. He spent 3.5 years in the European theater.
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