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

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    13 39.39%
  • No I voted early

    20 60.61%
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    How many of you are voting on election day?

    How many of you are waiting to vote on election day?

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    I have voted early before but kind of like the feeling of voting on election day.
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    I've always voted on election day. It's easy for me. I wouldn't do it if I had to stand in line for hours on end.
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    We have to no early voting here.

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    We don't have early voting here, either, though you can vote absentee in person (which I did in 2012 because I worked the polls that year.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by bajisima View Post
    We have to no early voting here.

    None here either, aside from absentee voting.

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    While I have a 16 hour workday scheduled, I have never missed a Presidential election and I don't plan to miss this one. While I'm not loving the whole process and am aware that my vote isn't as meaningful as is let on, I like being a part of the process and having my vote counted. I hope that never changes.

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    I voted early. There were a lot of local candidates that ran unopposed, which I thought was weird. What's the point of getting votes if there isn't anyone running against you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EnigmaO01 View Post
    How many of you are waiting to vote on election day?
    I'm kinda mobility challenged so I voted early, can't stand long. Either I keep moving or I fall over.
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