The "I voted" Thread

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The next time I vote in a presidential election, my oldest son will be at my side.
Originally Posted by Poodlehead
Mine will a senior in high school. Will yours be in college?
Originally Posted by medussa
Nope, he'll be a senior too, but he turned 14 in October.
Originally Posted by Poodlehead
I knew he was older than mine, but I thought it was by at least a year, and not a few months. Cool.
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The next time I vote in a presidential election, my oldest son will be at my side.
Originally Posted by Poodlehead
Aw!

I just voted. I tried first at 11:30, but the line was pretty long, so I decided to go back at around 2:15. Hardly any line and it took about 10 minutes.

At risk of sounding like one of those "my vote doesn't count" people, the presidential race isn't close in my state. I haven't been keeping track of the polls for senator, but I thought Elizabeth Warren might be able to use my help. And I really wanted to vote on the questions! (Except for one, which I didn't understand--it had to do with auto repair or something.)
In search of a lost signature...
I voted.

The entire process took close to 4 hours.
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Originally Posted by Poodlehead
Ah, it all makes sense now. Goldy is the puppet master!
I voted this morning. No line at all and took under 10 minutes. I even got my sticker
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Wow, goldy, that's quite a wait! Mr B and I just got back from voting - we were in & out in under 10 minutes. I know this will sound silly to those of you with long waits, but normally I might have 2 or 3 people in front of me when I walk in. Today there were about 15 people ahead of us. That's a lot for our small community. And, yes, we got stickers.
I voted early this morning before work (6:30AM). Our normal polling place had no power, but they moved all the voting to the library. There was a line but it moved quickly -- took maybe 10 or 15 minutes.
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I voted early this morning before work (6:30AM). Our normal polling place had no power, but they moved all the voting to the library. There was a line but it moved quickly -- took maybe 10 or 15 minutes.
Originally Posted by SuZen
So glad you were able to vote!
Minneapolis, MN
I just finished voting! Yay!

Still no sticker this year. >_> What's the point if you don't get a sticker?!?!
Originally Posted by SCG

Off topic.

S, we've known you here for a while. It's so nice to see you as a perfectly grown up woman.
And you are SO smart!

It s not only been a pleasure knowing you, it s been a real privilege.

/end Off topic
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Voted today about 9:00, got a sticker, took about 15 minutes
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I did early voting last week, so I didn't have to worry about it today. It took about 15 minutes, most of which was waiting in line. Beforehand, I read as much of the literature put out by our county's league of women voters as I could and took a sample ballot in with me.

There was the most adorable volunteer from the league handing out the stickers. She was adamant about making sure everyone got a sticker!

When I did go out today, I was surprised and happy to see all the very noticeable "Vote Here" signs around the 3 communities here.
Done.....took up my whole lunch hour, but definitely worth it.

My poor bf is out of town, so he can't vote. He planned to vote for Romney, so I'm glad he's out of town.

I'm so nervous about the outcome of this election. I don't think I've ever been this nervous before.
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Done at around 3pm. No line, no wait. In and out in 5mins + 5mins to walk back and forth to and from home.
Mailed my ballot last week.
I voted at 9am this morning. Only 4 stations and I was still in and out in 15 minutes (and I got TWO stickers!! :-P It's because we are a swing state I'm sure lol they throw everything in our faces!!)

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Early voted last week!! I'm full of anxiety right now....
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I voted this Morning

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Voted before the evening rush. It took 15 minutes from when I left my house to when I returned.

We have a couple propositions on the ballot here in Minnesota: one against gay marriage, another for voter ID. The smart thing is to vote "no" on both of them, as they are stupid. Both designed by Republicans to get people to the polls.
I voted by mail 3 weeks ago as by-mail voting is mandatory in my state (Washington). I'm a little salty about not getting a sticker like eveyrone else
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