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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Just Jim, Oct 24, 2014.
Took my ballot down to the courthouse and dropped it in the box.
Mine was dropped in the box a couple days ago.
I need to drop mine in a box
I mailed mine last week..not like it will matter.
Mine will probably get "lost" after seeing who runs those places..
That is why I take mine into the court house and deliver it personally.
It's the County Auditor for us, and that's where mine was hand delivered.
Congratulations to ALL OF YOU!!!
Do you realize how few of humanity has ever got to do that?
Even if our votes were 180 opposed, your argument for/against any candidate/issue would mean far more to me than someone explaining why they just didn't bother. People died so we can do this.
Whaddya want: a cookie?
I wanna cookie.....
I sent in my ballot, This is the first election I have voted in as a Washington resident. Ive been here 14 years. This was the first time I felt compelled to lend a voice to a cause.
I voted everyday since it started, I learned this from Devilcrats
Good God man, what were you think thinking?
Obviously you wern't....
Now now, Cavey... Don't smack the pee-pee of the newly awakened.
Hu? You mad because I voted ?
No, he's not... just amazed that you haven't voted for 14 years.
BETTER LATE THAN NEVER!!
He's dead... Yes he does... In Chicago.
Heard the new liberal tactic was denying ballots for signatures not matching records so they refuse to count them and send them back.
Voting republican? Well that signature must be forged, REJECTED!
My vote would really not count. I am a libertarian, There has been a very, very few republican candidates I would have supported but probably less than 1 in a 100 and basically no democrat I refuse to vote for "the lesser of two evils" That pretty much leaves my vote as inconsequential. I am not dismissing the importance of voting, I am saying that pretty much no one I have ever voted for has won an election.