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I Waited In Line One Hour To Vote This Morning, In A Small Precinct- OHIO

 
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Navy Seals headed to OH and PA to stop Black Panther voter intimidation.

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whoa...Thanks for that.
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this could get very interesting or very ugly, time will tell.
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My money is on the SEALS..
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Navy Seals headed to OH and PA to stop Black Panther voter intimidation.

[link to twitchy.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 13133046


whoa...Thanks for that.
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this could get very interesting or very ugly, time will tell.
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bullshit. Complete and utter bullshit.
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Its a done deal.

One of the UK's biggest bookies is already paying out for the Obama win.

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Bizarre.
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because the uk media is kissing obama ass. reporters stood outside democrat stronghold polling stations asking people how they voted/intend to vote

some one just informed the reporter that if he went 2 miles down the road he wouldnt be able to find a obama supporter


stupid media. stupid, nasty, lying media


of course, its not often the bookies lose a wad, but its not unheard of

but as i type, sky news is already stating the 'polls' (whateverthefuck those polls ARE) are indicating obama 'will retain the presidency)


its doesnt really matter though, coz america is 6 trillion dolla in debt and has run out of digging options
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I walked right in, with no wait, in 2008 to vote.

Turnout is going to be massive, and it isn't democrats this time.

The people want their country back!!!!

:gads:
 Quoting: Sleeping Giant


My experiences are that every basketball american showed up this AM, the poll looked like a bus station is south africa.
NOW I fully understand the true goal of section 8 housing, to provide a way to allow the ghetto vote to disrupt the suburban vote patterns, it's a democratic stealth gerrymandering in action.
The basketbal americans have their hood, and they intend to take YOUR hood over for 'theyseffs' as well
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Busses have been running in Dayton frequently to take people to vote early. I still don't think democratic turnout will equal 2008, or even be close to it.
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I heard on Whio yesterday that on the last day of early voting 1,400 people voted in Montgomery county. I don't know if that is a high or low number.
I don't know why, but it seems like everyone I know around here who voted early voted Obama. All the Romney supporters I know have voted today.
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Navy Seals headed to OH and PA to stop Black Panther voter intimidation.

[link to twitchy.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 13133046


whoa...Thanks for that.
 Quoting: Sleeping Giant


this could get very interesting or very ugly, time will tell.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 14118258


bullshit. Complete and utter bullshit.
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Thread: Fox News CONFIRMED ! Black Panthers now ONSITE of polling places/Navy Seals on their way?
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N.E. Ohio Here. No lines, and seemed like every other time I voted during a presidential election.
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Bravo for you, OP!

Soon I too will be proudly standing shoulder to shoulder with producers rather than parasites here in the reddest of the red states.
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I think I love you goodmockingbird

lol
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Its a done deal.

One of the UK's biggest bookies is already paying out for the Obama win.

[link to blog.paddypower.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27130487


Bizarre.
 Quoting: Super Bowl Dave


because the uk media is kissing obama ass. reporters stood outside democrat stronghold polling stations asking people how they voted/intend to vote

some one just informed the reporter that if he went 2 miles down the road he wouldnt be able to find a obama supporter


stupid media. stupid, nasty, lying media


of course, its not often the bookies lose a wad, but its not unheard of

but as i type, sky news is already stating the 'polls' (whateverthefuck those polls ARE) are indicating obama 'will retain the presidency)


its doesnt really matter though, coz america is 6 trillion dolla in debt and has run out of digging options
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Europe is a fucking bankrupt socialist joke, Obama can go be president of the EU for all I care, they can have him.
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well yes, the eu does suck. but come the glorious day, the people of britain will be free. or just the english, that would suit me
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I walked right in, with no wait, in 2008 to vote.

Turnout is going to be massive, and it isn't democrats this time.

The people want their country back!!!!

gads
 Quoting: Sleeping Giant


My experiences are that every basketball american showed up this AM, the poll looked like a bus station is south africa.
NOW I fully understand the true goal of section 8 housing, to provide a way to allow the ghetto vote to disrupt the suburban vote patterns, it's a democratic stealth gerrymandering in action.
The basketbal americans have their hood, and they intend to take YOUR hood over for 'theyseffs' as well
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25390958


Busses have been running in Dayton frequently to take people to vote early. I still don't think democratic turnout will equal 2008, or even be close to it.
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I heard on Whio yesterday that on the last day of early voting 1,400 people voted in Montgomery county. I don't know if that is a high or low number.
I don't know why, but it seems like everyone I know around here who voted early voted Obama. All the Romney supporters I know have voted today.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19011623


Yeah, I know a lot of democrats voted early this year. Still don't think they will have the turnout of 2008, though. Plus the independents swung to Romney this time.
The hour has already come for you to wake up from your slumber, because our salvation is nearer now than when we first believed. Romans 13:11

And ye shall be hated of all men for my name's sake: but he that endureth to the end shall be saved. Matthew 10:22

Wake up, oh sleeper, and rise from the dead, and Christ will shine on you
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N.E. Ohio Here. No lines, and seemed like every other time I voted during a presidential election.
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Heavy union population up there. Low turnout=good for Romney.
The hour has already come for you to wake up from your slumber, because our salvation is nearer now than when we first believed. Romans 13:11

And ye shall be hated of all men for my name's sake: but he that endureth to the end shall be saved. Matthew 10:22

Wake up, oh sleeper, and rise from the dead, and Christ will shine on you
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Build up your mountain little lemmings, and prepare to fall off of it.
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I voted for Obama and it only took like 1/2 hour. Her's the part where they all say I'm in the Netherlands because they see that little flag on the side.
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So not only are you an anonymous coward but a lying one?

That's just a bit much. Don't think hater's won't win should be allowed and that's where most of the problems come from for the whole site.

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My experiences are that every basketball american showed up this AM, the poll looked like a bus station is south africa.
NOW I fully understand the true goal of section 8 housing, to provide a way to allow the ghetto vote to disrupt the suburban vote patterns, it's a democratic stealth gerrymandering in action.
The basketbal americans have their hood, and they intend to take YOUR hood over for 'theyseffs' as well
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25390958


Busses have been running in Dayton frequently to take people to vote early. I still don't think democratic turnout will equal 2008, or even be close to it.
 Quoting: Sleeping Giant


I heard on Whio yesterday that on the last day of early voting 1,400 people voted in Montgomery county. I don't know if that is a high or low number.
I don't know why, but it seems like everyone I know around here who voted early voted Obama. All the Romney supporters I know have voted today.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19011623


Yeah, I know a lot of democrats voted early this year. Still don't think they will have the turnout of 2008, though. Plus the independents swung to Romney this time.
 Quoting: Sleeping Giant


The numbers already being reported showed democrat early voting turnout is down.

Which we all knew...which means all the polls that were giving the dems a +11 are all wrong. Skewed towards Obama.
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Build up your mountain little lemmings, and prepare to fall off of it.
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That's a big negative. This presidential election is just a beginning. We will focus on Congress next, and state and local elections.

We will turn this ship around. Stay vigilant folks!

.
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Love your words. We're pissed as hell and not going to take it anymore.

I voted in NY and while they say Obama has this state all wrapped up --- from what I could tell... and from what I heard outside... it looks like I'm not the only pissed off voter.
There's a certain determined look in those trying to vote Obozo out.

I hope NY swings for Romney... hell! I hope they ALL swing for Romney!

This country needs fresh air!!!!
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I also voted against the socialist, and greeted the Democratic poll worker with a few choice words.
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Busses have been running in Dayton frequently to take people to vote early. I still don't think democratic turnout will equal 2008, or even be close to it.
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I heard on Whio yesterday that on the last day of early voting 1,400 people voted in Montgomery county. I don't know if that is a high or low number.
I don't know why, but it seems like everyone I know around here who voted early voted Obama. All the Romney supporters I know have voted today.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19011623


Yeah, I know a lot of democrats voted early this year. Still don't think they will have the turnout of 2008, though. Plus the independents swung to Romney this time.
 Quoting: Sleeping Giant


The numbers already being reported showed democrat early voting turnout is down.

Which we all knew...which means all the polls that were giving the dems a +11 are all wrong. Skewed towards Obama.
 Quoting: *Evan*


Check out these numbers:



We've been hearing for months how it's all going to come down to Ohio, and guess what? It's all going to come down to Ohio.

Obama won Ohio by 5% in 2008, or by a margin of about 262,000 votes. (Keep that number in mind.) Exit polls show that there was a D+8 advantage in turnout four years ago, and Independents (about 30% of the electorate) went for Obama by eight points.

In 2004, as you probably recall, Bush narrowly defeated Kerry in Ohio by two percent, or a margin of about 119,000 votes. Exit polls showed Republicans had a five point turnout advantage, which was important because Independent voters (25% of the electorate in 2004) went for Kerry by almost 20 points. Republican turnout was almost certainly boosted by Ohio State Issue 1, a ballot measure to make it unconstitutional to perform or recognize same sex marriages in the state.

So it's fair to say that there will be no R+5 turnout this election. But then, there very likely won't be a D+8 turnout, either.

On to the polls. Romney has had the lead in exactly one poll (Rasmussen Reports, by two points) since early October. He has been tied in five others (two of which were also by Rasmussen Reports). In the polls in which he is trailing (which is most of them), the margin has been anywhere from one point to six points.

Let's take a look at the most recent poll from Marist. It has Obama leading Romney 51-45. The sample is D+9. Ridiculous.

The Columbus Dispatch has a poll showing Obama up 50-48. It has a D+3 sample size (possible). Independents favor Obama by 10 percent. That seems unlikely. Are Independent voters really more supportive of Obama now than they were in 2008?

The University of Cincinnati poll shows Obama leading 48-46. It has a D+1 sample (possible). Obama has a whopping (and difficult to believe) 14% lead among Independents.

Gravis Marketing shows Obama leading 50-49. It has a D+8 skew (not at all likely). In this poll, Independents support Romney by 12 points. Hmmm.

Quinnipiac's most recent poll in Ohio has Obama up 50-45. It has a D+9 skew (nope). Independents favor Romney by six points.

So as you can see, the polls are all over the place. They either have unrealistic skews that favor Democrats, or they have an unrealistic percentage of Independent voters supporting Obama.

But we do have some actual hard data from Ohio, besides polls. Remember the number I wrote above, Obama's margin of victory in Ohio in 2008? That number is roughly 262,000 votes. Well, about 180,000 fewer Democrats have voted early in Ohio than voted early in 2008. And about 75,000 more Republicans have voted early than did in 2008. Add those numbers together, and you get a net gain of 255,000 votes for the GOP. Which pretty much wipes out Obama's margin of victory from four years ago.

If Team Romney has a strong enough Election Day ground game in Ohio, he will win. And I think he does. (Romney by less than 1%)

Total Electoral College Votes:

Romney/Ryan - 285 (30 states)
Obama/Biden - 253 (20 states plus DC)

Popular Vote: Romney/Ryan 51%, Obama/Biden 48%

[link to blogcritics.org]
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And ye shall be hated of all men for my name's sake: but he that endureth to the end shall be saved. Matthew 10:22

Wake up, oh sleeper, and rise from the dead, and Christ will shine on you
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i live in rural southeast ohio, getting ready to vote in about an hour, will post back later about turnout.
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Let us know!
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pike county ohio is an all white turnout no matter what. but i can say that i dont think i have seen more than 10 obama signs in this whole county. lots of romney signs though.
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Waited 25 minutes here!

Unusual heavy turnout. In Southern California.

Have only seen local councilman lawn signs. Not a bumper sticker or lawn sign for a president. Maybe people are afraid to identify themselves with Romney!

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I heard on Whio yesterday that on the last day of early voting 1,400 people voted in Montgomery county. I don't know if that is a high or low number.
I don't know why, but it seems like everyone I know around here who voted early voted Obama. All the Romney supporters I know have voted today.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19011623


Yeah, I know a lot of democrats voted early this year. Still don't think they will have the turnout of 2008, though. Plus the independents swung to Romney this time.
 Quoting: Sleeping Giant


The numbers already being reported showed democrat early voting turnout is down.

Which we all knew...which means all the polls that were giving the dems a +11 are all wrong. Skewed towards Obama.
 Quoting: *Evan*


Check out these numbers:



We've been hearing for months how it's all going to come down to Ohio, and guess what? It's all going to come down to Ohio.

Obama won Ohio by 5% in 2008, or by a margin of about 262,000 votes. (Keep that number in mind.) Exit polls show that there was a D+8 advantage in turnout four years ago, and Independents (about 30% of the electorate) went for Obama by eight points.

In 2004, as you probably recall, Bush narrowly defeated Kerry in Ohio by two percent, or a margin of about 119,000 votes. Exit polls showed Republicans had a five point turnout advantage, which was important because Independent voters (25% of the electorate in 2004) went for Kerry by almost 20 points. Republican turnout was almost certainly boosted by Ohio State Issue 1, a ballot measure to make it unconstitutional to perform or recognize same sex marriages in the state.

So it's fair to say that there will be no R+5 turnout this election. But then, there very likely won't be a D+8 turnout, either.

On to the polls. Romney has had the lead in exactly one poll (Rasmussen Reports, by two points) since early October. He has been tied in five others (two of which were also by Rasmussen Reports). In the polls in which he is trailing (which is most of them), the margin has been anywhere from one point to six points.

Let's take a look at the most recent poll from Marist. It has Obama leading Romney 51-45. The sample is D+9. Ridiculous.

The Columbus Dispatch has a poll showing Obama up 50-48. It has a D+3 sample size (possible). Independents favor Obama by 10 percent. That seems unlikely. Are Independent voters really more supportive of Obama now than they were in 2008?

The University of Cincinnati poll shows Obama leading 48-46. It has a D+1 sample (possible). Obama has a whopping (and difficult to believe) 14% lead among Independents.

Gravis Marketing shows Obama leading 50-49. It has a D+8 skew (not at all likely). In this poll, Independents support Romney by 12 points. Hmmm.

Quinnipiac's most recent poll in Ohio has Obama up 50-45. It has a D+9 skew (nope). Independents favor Romney by six points.

So as you can see, the polls are all over the place. They either have unrealistic skews that favor Democrats, or they have an unrealistic percentage of Independent voters supporting Obama.

But we do have some actual hard data from Ohio, besides polls. Remember the number I wrote above, Obama's margin of victory in Ohio in 2008? That number is roughly 262,000 votes. Well, about 180,000 fewer Democrats have voted early in Ohio than voted early in 2008. And about 75,000 more Republicans have voted early than did in 2008. Add those numbers together, and you get a net gain of 255,000 votes for the GOP. Which pretty much wipes out Obama's margin of victory from four years ago.

If Team Romney has a strong enough Election Day ground game in Ohio, he will win. And I think he does. (Romney by less than 1%)

Total Electoral College Votes:

Romney/Ryan - 285 (30 states)
Obama/Biden - 253 (20 states plus DC)

Popular Vote: Romney/Ryan 51%, Obama/Biden 48%

[link to blogcritics.org]
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bump
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This sheepssheepsheepsheepsheepsheep
think that they choose president
cruise
but
cruise
Rockefellers and their puppet G.Soros have already chosen
odance

and G.Soros in Spain company will "count" verycool this votes

1rof11rof11rof11rof11rof1
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reporting in from south Florida

they have a PAPER ballot you have to fill

this is different they using have electronic

someone just called me told me there is a FRONT AND BACK to vote


maybe people are NOT filling out the back portion of the ballot..

the workers at the station are NOT telling people there is a front and back

and in the back its about city officials whos in and whos out

I was told they had to wait 30 minutes to get in

this was from this morning
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Check out these numbers:

We've been hearing for months how it's all going to come down to Ohio, and guess what? It's all going to come down to Ohio.

Obama won Ohio by 5% in 2008, or by a margin of about 262,000 votes. (Keep that number in mind.) Exit polls show that there was a D+8 advantage in turnout four years ago, and Independents (about 30% of the electorate) went for Obama by eight points.

In 2004, as you probably recall, Bush narrowly defeated Kerry in Ohio by two percent, or a margin of about 119,000 votes. Exit polls showed Republicans had a five point turnout advantage, which was important because Independent voters (25% of the electorate in 2004) went for Kerry by almost 20 points. Republican turnout was almost certainly boosted by Ohio State Issue 1, a ballot measure to make it unconstitutional to perform or recognize same sex marriages in the state.

So it's fair to say that there will be no R+5 turnout this election. But then, there very likely won't be a D+8 turnout, either.

On to the polls. Romney has had the lead in exactly one poll (Rasmussen Reports, by two points) since early October. He has been tied in five others (two of which were also by Rasmussen Reports). In the polls in which he is trailing (which is most of them), the margin has been anywhere from one point to six points.

Let's take a look at the most recent poll from Marist. It has Obama leading Romney 51-45. The sample is D+9. Ridiculous.

The Columbus Dispatch has a poll showing Obama up 50-48. It has a D+3 sample size (possible). Independents favor Obama by 10 percent. That seems unlikely. Are Independent voters really more supportive of Obama now than they were in 2008?

The University of Cincinnati poll shows Obama leading 48-46. It has a D+1 sample (possible). Obama has a whopping (and difficult to believe) 14% lead among Independents.

Gravis Marketing shows Obama leading 50-49. It has a D+8 skew (not at all likely). In this poll, Independents support Romney by 12 points. Hmmm.

Quinnipiac's most recent poll in Ohio has Obama up 50-45. It has a D+9 skew (nope). Independents favor Romney by six points.

So as you can see, the polls are all over the place. They either have unrealistic skews that favor Democrats, or they have an unrealistic percentage of Independent voters supporting Obama.

But we do have some actual hard data from Ohio, besides polls. Remember the number I wrote above, Obama's margin of victory in Ohio in 2008? That number is roughly 262,000 votes. Well, about 180,000 fewer Democrats have voted early in Ohio than voted early in 2008. And about 75,000 more Republicans have voted early than did in 2008. Add those numbers together, and you get a net gain of 255,000 votes for the GOP. Which pretty much wipes out Obama's margin of victory from four years ago.

If Team Romney has a strong enough Election Day ground game in Ohio, he will win. And I think he does. (Romney by less than 1%)

Total Electoral College Votes:

Romney/Ryan - 285 (30 states)
Obama/Biden - 253 (20 states plus DC)

Popular Vote: Romney/Ryan 51%, Obama/Biden 48%

[link to blogcritics.org]
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Excellent summary and analysis of polls...
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This sheepssheepsheepsheepsheepsheep
think that they choose president
cruise
but
cruise
Rockefellers and their puppet G.Soros have already chosen
odance

and G.Soros in Spain company will "count" verycool this votes

1rof11rof11rof11rof11rof1
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putin

lol
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can someone please expound on the reasons we have not seen oprah winfrey, jesse jackson, etc. out on the campaign trail and media blitz like we saw in 2008? do they know something we dont?
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The lines in Licking Co., Ohio are long. Heavy republic turnout. The yard signs are 10 to 1 for Romney.
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N.E. Ohio here, Just got back and waited 90 minutes in line. Never before have I seen this. Same up here with the signs moshpit
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can someone please expound on the reasons we have not seen oprah winfrey, jesse jackson, etc. out on the campaign trail and media blitz like we saw in 2008? do they know something we dont?
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Oh, interesting! I haven't thought about that!
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Yep! We almost couldn't find a place to park, ended up just pulling up to the side of the road and parking.

And I've never even had to stand in a line longer than one person in front of me to pick up my ballot but this morning we were almost to the door in a line. Seriously, our little voting place is typically a ghost town but it was packed today! And We always go at 8am, so it's not that we went at a different time from previous elections - we didn't. The people are showing up to vote in droves today, it was intense.

It was obvious many people had never voted before. One very large woman had to sit on the floor to fill out her ballot and then messed it up and had to do it all over again. And I've never seen anyone have to have the ballot explained to them before, but I heard the clerks explaining how to fill it out several times while I was in line. Lots of new voters or at least people who haven't voted with this type of ballot.
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I just hope it is not a 'vote early... vote often' situation. Did you recognize anyone in the line? Any buses outside?
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I didn't see anything like that. In my state ID is required to vote, so it's not going to be easy to pull that off here.
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I went to my station when they opened at 7 am and I waited almost 30 minutes. This is a small town of 40,000 people.
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This sheepssheepsheepsheepsheepsheep
think that they choose president
cruise
but
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Rockefellers and their puppet G.Soros have already chosen
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and G.Soros in Spain company will "count" verycool this votes

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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27130240


Yes he will spin the count in 6 states that have chosen to have SCYTL (a company in SPAIN owned by SOROS) to count their votes. Why is there no outcry in those states????

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can someone please expound on the reasons we have not seen oprah winfrey, jesse jackson, etc. out on the campaign trail and media blitz like we saw in 2008? do they know something we dont?
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I don't know. Maybe the thrill is gone for them?

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Navy Seals headed to OH and PA to stop Black Panther voter intimidation.

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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 13133046


whoa...Thanks for that.
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this could get very interesting or very ugly, time will tell.
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My money is on the SEALS..
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The hour has already come for you to wake up from your slumber, because our salvation is nearer now than when we first believed. Romans 13:11

And ye shall be hated of all men for my name's sake: but he that endureth to the end shall be saved. Matthew 10:22

Wake up, oh sleeper, and rise from the dead, and Christ will shine on you

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