View Poll Results: How may of you are voting on election day?

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  • Yes I am voting on election day

    13 39.39%
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    20 60.61%
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wonderer View Post
    I voted this morning. Polling place was busy (and close to full), but there really wasn't a line to check in when I was there (unlike reports from several other polling places around town.) Coloring in the bubbles is always a bit tedious, but got it done without incident, including my first write-in vote. Machine accepted my ballot on the first try. All over but the drinking.
    Thanks for doing your duty as a citizen of this great country!

    Vote!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bourne View Post
    Thanks for doing your duty as a citizen of this great country!

    Vote!

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    Bourne
    Likewise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by April15 View Post
    I am disabled so I get a special ballot and vote early. Hillary!!
    Well done!

    Vote!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wonderer View Post
    I voted this morning. Polling place was busy (and close to full), but there really wasn't a line to check in when I was there (unlike reports from several other polling places around town.) Coloring in the bubbles is always a bit tedious, but got it done without incident, including my first write-in vote. Machine accepted my ballot on the first try. All over but the drinking.
    Hold your family close tonight. Could be your last chance. If you have young kids, let them drink too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by StanStill View Post
    Hold your family close tonight. Could be your last chance. If you have young kids, let them drink too.
    :lol:

    They're 19, 16 and 14. No drinking and they're not all that big on snuggling. The beau will likely tire of watching election returns long before I do and leave me to my addiction. (The politics, not the booze.)

    Funny anecdote for ya - conversation with my 14 year old Sunday evening:

    Her: "Mom, since we don't have school on Tuesday, BFF was wanting to know if I can spend the night with her Monday night?"

    Me: "Hmm...well, maybe...."

    Her: "It's our last night together before America burns to the ground."

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    Quote Originally Posted by EnigmaO01 View Post
    How many of you are waiting to vote on election day?
    I voted earlier today. lots of people there - but I do live in a small town, so most would consider it a low turnout.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wonderer View Post
    :lol:

    They're 19, 16 and 14. No drinking and they're not all that big on snuggling. The beau will likely tire of watching election returns long before I do and leave me to my addiction. (The politics, not the booze.)

    Funny anecdote for ya - conversation with my 14 year old Sunday evening:

    Her: "Mom, since we don't have school on Tuesday, BFF was wanting to know if I can spend the night with her Monday night?"

    Me: "Hmm...well, maybe...."

    Her: "It's our last night together before America burns to the ground."
    Smart kid!
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    Quote Originally Posted by StanStill View Post
    Smart kid!
    And so 14. Naturally, she'd rather spend her "last night" with her BFF than her family.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wonderer View Post
    And so 14. Naturally, she'd rather spend her "last night" with her BFF than her family.
    Well you don't want her spending the night there tonight, because she won't be able to get home once the riots start.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EnigmaO01 View Post
    Sorry to hear that. Wasn't aware you had health issues.
    Sake of Clarity,

    I am functional, work full time, own a couple of small to midsize businesses. I had my legs busted up in 2002 before I left the military, I do pretty good but some things like standing is really difficult so I take advantage of early voting - but don't use a handicapped parting spot!
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