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Ugly pumpkin

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Just heard on a podcast that 70 million Americans have already voted. 135 million total voted in 16'. I missed how many early voted in 16'.

The old lady and I go down the day of and punch our ticket. We live in a small village and its never busy.

What say you?
 
I'm amused you still refer to a town/city as a village.

I will vote on Tuesday, adorned in my "liberalism is a disease" t shirt, "re-elect that motherfucker" ted Nugent signed hat, and Confederate flag mask/bandana.

The county voted blue last time, so I'll probably have some eyes burning holes into the back of my head.
 
In person, even if i have to stand all day. Taking the day off. Scratch that..... Calling in sick.:flipoff2::usa:
 
I'm amused you still refer to a town/city as a village.

I will vote on Tuesday, adorned in my "liberalism is a disease" t shirt, "re-elect that motherfucker" ted Nugent signed hat, and Confederate flag mask/bandana.

The county voted blue last time, so I'll probably have some eyes burning holes into the back of my head.

I believe it is a village. Has to do with population.

Google it.

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Mom and I'll go in person, we'll take the folding lawn chairs just in case of a line. Never has been one before, but hey it might happen :usa:
 
Generally, I vote for republicans. Sometimes libertarians or independents. Never Democrats:flipoff2:
 
i will go to the village fire hall, grab a 50 cent draft beer from their bar. slip on over to the hall where the new fangle digital voting machines are set up. sign the books and cast my vote.
grab another draft for 50 cents and then head home.
never a line
town has1200 people.

or i could go to the city, wait in a long line to cast my vote early... because our country decided to only have 4 early voting places, all in the city or in the democrap side of the county. nothing in the sticks where we live.
 
I vote early at the court house. My polling station on Tuesday is 30 minutes from work each way. It’s just more convenient.
 
Normally I vote by mail... the local polling place for me is ~40 minutes away:eek:

This year, I dropped my ballot off at the county seat drop box... okay, I had my wife drop it off while she was in town doing other activities.

Relatively speaking, I trust my county to be honest(mostly conservative leaning) so I trust dropping it off at the county seat. I also verified that it has been received.
 
Get to my polling place 10 minutes before they open and try to be the first in line. Only adds 2 or 3 minutes to the morning commute that way
 
We (me, Mrs, and youngest) already voted

We get our ballots in the mail. We can fill them in and drop them in the mail, drop them in an approved drop box (we do this), or we can go in person on Election Day

There is a web site (Cal Sec of State) where you can make sure your ballot made it to the right place (mine has :grinpimp:)
 
Voted today. Filled out my ballot and stuck it back inside the envelope that it comes with. Dropped it off at one of my county drop boxes.
 
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Liar! I have documents proving you have never voted. In fact, they prove that you don't even know how to vote.

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No no no, you got that wrong. I can’t read or sign my own name. I’m still wholly qualified to vote. Thanks democrats!

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Have my ballot sitting here and will drop it in the dropbox thingie tomorrow.

No on everything except 20 and 22 here is cali, the orange dude, and not a single dim for any other races.
 
Shit forgot to add that this year in NJ unless you have a disability you CANNOT vote via machine, you must use the mail or put you ballot in a drop box. At least that's what I was told.
 
In person, armed, and without a mask. :usa:
 
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