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Paul Drake

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Damn you don't even have to register to vote in California anymore - check this out - conditional voter

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"Eligible citizens who missed the October 22 deadline can go to their county elections office or a designated satellite location to register and vote conditionally. Their ballots will be processed once the county elections office has completed the voter registration verification process. Voters can complete the conditional voter registration process from October 23 all the way through Election Day on November 6."

Damn votes don't mean a thing anymore in this state.
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I voted early. I went to the closest place to me. It's a conservative part. All mostly elderly people, most men wearing their veteran hats. The line was actually pretty long, but that's okay.
There were people handing out literature. I didn't take any from either party but did tell the Democrat lady I didn't read propaganda. I heard a few chuckles.
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From FB friend in Florida.

"My voting experience today was confirming. At the sign with a line, 50 feet from the polling door, there stood a middle aged lady offering a Democratic Guide. I politely declined, just "No Thank You". All the way to the door, past the line, she heckled me. "
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That's disgusting and should'nt be allowed .
Your vote should be respected regardless .
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Just voted in Oklahoma. Turn out is outstanding, just as high or more than the 2016 Presidential Election...

I overheard a citizen say that this is the first time I'm voting since Nixon. Whether that is good or bad depends on your affiliation, but at least people are voting...

MAGA!!!

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No problems in southern Tennessee. Was suprised at how many were on ballot for governor (50) can't stand Bill Lee (R) and Carl Dean (D) is an idiot sometimes. Voted for first independent on list. The guy is either brave or an idiot, he has "coon" listed as part of his name. At least I will have the right to gripe about who ever gets elected, I voted.
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11/06/2018 11:45 AM

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NE Pennsylvania - Lots of campaign workers, one Democrat poll watcher. We vote inside a church - it is actually the sanctuary part where they remove the chairs for the day. There is an armed constable inside (basically a rent a cop, here in the Commonwealth). Was in and out in 5 minutes. I did bring my neighbor who has never voted in an off year election to pull the R ticket.
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Just got back from voting in Northeast PA with a heavy Hispanic population.

There were only 3 people standing in line at the polls, including myself.

The first person (really heavy Hispanic accent, clearly unable to communicate in English) was apparently at the wrong voting location. The people working there were trying to tell him where to go, but he clearly had no idea what they were talking about.

The Hispanic woman in front of me...they found her registered in the file, but asked her what her political party was. She replied, "Democrat."

"...because it says you're a registered Libertarian." the poll worker replied.

I got a little laugh out of that.

The polling location is only 2 blocks away from my house, and on my walk home, less than a block from the polling location....two people hanging out in an alley surrounded by a super strong smell of marijuana.

So...yeah, that was my voting experience lol.
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11/06/2018 11:50 AM

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Thanks for starting this OP. Here's what I had posted earlier. I'm in California.

This year we received a postcard from our official California voter people. It said that we live in a precinct with less than 250 registered voters so we HAD to vote by mail this year. When we look up online for our polling place, we are met with the same information online - no polling place. Our polling place has always been 3 houses away from us (across the street) and we generally handcarry our ballots there, or surrender and vote on premises, just to make sure our vote is counted on the day, and not in a month (or never for all we know). Its nice to see neighbors and chat about the voting turn out, etc. With a city of over 65,000 people I wanted to see a precinct map, still unable to comprehend how there are only 250 registered voters in our precinct.

Well woke up this morning to a street full of parked cars - look across the street and guess what - there is the same old polling place up and running! What in Sam Hell is going on here?

Second issue - my son was issued a vote by mail ballot - he lives about a mile from me - his ballot never showed up so he wrote the voting folks, who suspended his original ballot and reissued another ballot to him. It took 7 business days for this new ballot to arrive - which actually arrived yesterday in his mailbox. The cutoff date to have it in the mail was..... YESTERDAY! If he had been unable to get around he couldn't just mail his ballot back through his mailman - and by the time he got home from work and voted on his ballot it was 5:30 at night - on a whim I drove him out to the post office and luckily they stayed open until 6 pm and we handed that ballot to a post office worker instead of putting in a bin somewhere that might not have been postmarked in time had we done that. He said 'mom I swear this is designed so I can't vote'. I think he's right.

I'll post again after I visit our neighbors who hold the polling place. Honestly right now I'm very pissed off that we were treated differently than other folks. Something up with that!!!
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A little update - I FINALLY found a precinct map. Turns out our precinct has been split this year, into precinct#A and precinct#B - the B group is three triangles roughly one block in size, that are forced vote by mail, the triangles aren't even contiguous - probably 1/8th the size of the three precincts surrounding our split out precinct. Guess we're nothing more than a test group for their forced vote by mail next election.
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11/06/2018 11:59 AM

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South of Nashville, no issues, 5 minute wait. Poll worker said they had about 50 in line when they opened but was slowing down mid-morning.

Heavy Republican/Conservative area that is starting to counter-balance the more liberal downtown Nashville votes. Checked my license, signed my name and voted. Easy.

My two daughters, both in college, registered to vote and I'm pretty sure they did so via absentee ballot. They'll both vote more liberal, but still proud that they care enough to go to the effort and vote.
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Hour plus wait in Georgia.

One person had some problems with their voting machine...but there were zero shenanigans. Mostly black, overwhelmingly so. But very happy and polite crowd.
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My son is driving 45 minutes from college to go with us to vote. The first text I received from him this morning, he was asking us to wait & go together. A MAGA family will be voting together this afternoon! Really bad rain storms here in the Mid-Atlantlc won’t deter us!
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Hour plus wait in Georgia.

One person had some problems with their voting machine...but there were zero shenanigans. Mostly black, overwhelmingly so. But very happy and polite crowd.
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Well if they're happy they're Rebs , Dems are angry and belligerent.
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SOMO here (rural) but the polls were busy, I didn't have to wait but people were there and the ladies said they had be very steady and theret was a line when I left....as I was leaving several more cars pulled in.

It's a good thing I'm a rural voter too, I have no filters and as the lady was looking through the book for my name I noticed my hubs name was still on the rolls. I promptly said how do I go about changing that, I wouldn't want him voting....(omg did I just say that out loud)...she looked a little stunned and said I've never had anyone ask me that LOL
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11/06/2018 12:19 PM

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Uneventful quick vote in SE Michigan this morning. They just showed a precinct in Detroit on the news with no one there. A good sign as far as I am concerned.

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Uneventful quick vote in SE Michigan this morning. They just showed a precinct in Detroit on the news with no one there. A good sign as far as I am concerned.
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I guess apathy among democrats is high.
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Nothin but rednecks here voting, dems musta slept in and gonna vote tomorrow.chuckle
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11/06/2018 12:28 PM
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Spring, Texas. Harris county. Suburb of Houston.

No line. Open parking spaces. Took 5 minutes.

Walk in. Hand one poll worker drivers license. She asks me to verify home address. Then a signature box pops up on a iPad like device in front of me. I sign my name with digital pen. A bar code then appears on the screen. My drivers license is handed to a second poll worker with a different IPad like device. She uses a scanner to scan the barcode on the other poll workers iPad. A ticket prints out with a four digit number. The second poll worker hands me my license and the ticket with the four digits. I walk over to one of the many open voting booths. Enter my number on the computer screen. Click straight republican ticket. Flip through all the pages of premarked republican candidates until I get to municipal judge. Flip that to democrat. I have no idea if the democrat is any good but I met the republican judge and I KNOW she is useless. Tab through the rest of the pages and make a few selections for non-partisan races including school board where I select all challengers - incumbents useless. Clicked finish... clicked submit vote. Walked out. Easy peazy.
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Thread: Just got back from the polls, it was all Soyboys and extremist feminist types

My experience, although there is record early voting in my state
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Indiana, purple area. Big lines...

I think Donnelly will win in the end. Dems paying to run ads for the libertarian chick, and millions of dollars of ads saying that Braun wants to end Medicare and pre-existing conditions ( he doesn’t, they lied) will have a big effect, I fear.
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Just voted in Texas, all red paper ballot. Compared to when i voted for Trump, there was about 15 people this time i was there and only 3 when i voted for Trump in 2016. Ii live in a little 1 red light town full of Patriots that know how to work and respect their neighbors.
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Upstate New York. Quick and painless. Only a few people and was in and out in five minutes.
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Osceola County Florida

Heavy Hispanic Area, I am Hispanic myself

The poll worker gave me a very dirty look when she handled me my ballot, after she read I am a registered republican.

Maybe 15 people on line

Praying for Florida, we need to stay red for governor
and to get a red senator.
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Here in Maryland, Harford County, north of Baltimore. Quick and painless. 9ish, went to work late.
Hardly anyone there as most people work here.


However...

No ID needed! WTF?!?

Just name, address, day and month of birth.


So a quick google search of Baltimore residents, and you could vote several times, all day long.

So normally I would encourage anyone to drive here and vote in place of a democrat...

However, once you fill in your paper ballot, it is then scanned, WITH NO CONFORMATION on screen as to what you voted for.

Not even a receipt.

Just disappears into the ether! Never to be seen again.

So at some point tonight the Corrupt election judges will report whatever they damn well feel like reporting.
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I lost my license last week, went to replace it yesterday and the only dmv around here that does it was closed mondays, so I felt like an ass walking in, but I had a recently expired paper temp license they let me use haha. They were shutting people THE FUCK down who had no ID (and im glad) but I am supposed to be able to vote provisional ballot and they said no, and I politely insisted on a double check etc. until I pulled out that temp. they also acted like other forms of id weren't ok and I already read on my city website there were options. They just said no unless you knew your shit. The folks running it were all hella elderly and probably red too but if that had been a city dem affair it would have been heinous.
 Quoting: AeonSpirit

Yeah I noticed a similar thing with early voting. The guy next to me didn't have a license, he handed some kind of photo ID that looked like a work badge. They wouldn't accept it because it wasn't a signature + photo ID. Not sure what his final disposition was but he seemed pretty much out of luck when I got my ballot and went in.
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In past years I've worked helping people to vote in Vegas. Most get their jobs because they know someone, and not because they're competent or able to do their job whatsoever.
The previous dictator of voting, Larry Lomax, blatantly refused to hire anyone remotely attractive or youthful.

I had to fight to be allowed to vote at least once because the poll workers were unfamiliar with election law and blatantly REFUSED to call their supervisors, even though no one else was at the polling location.

In the past the DNC in NV has given coffee and doughnuts to homeless if they agree to be driven to the polls. They are then handed a list of people for whom to vote.

Culinary & Teamsters' Union harass their members & retirees, with multiple in person visits, until they agree to vote the proscribed slate. They are handed lists. Many casinos also hand all of their employees preferred lists.

Growing up in Chicago my neighbor told me union workers were given $ to vote the list. Everyone was afraid to deviate.
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Thanks for starting this OP. Here's what I had posted earlier. I'm in California.

This year we received a postcard from our official California voter people. It said that we live in a precinct with less than 250 registered voters so we HAD to vote by mail this year. When we look up online for our polling place, we are met with the same information online - no polling place. Our polling place has always been 3 houses away from us (across the street) and we generally handcarry our ballots there, or surrender and vote on premises, just to make sure our vote is counted on the day, and not in a month (or never for all we know). Its nice to see neighbors and chat about the voting turn out, etc. With a city of over 65,000 people I wanted to see a precinct map, still unable to comprehend how there are only 250 registered voters in our precinct.

Well woke up this morning to a street full of parked cars - look across the street and guess what - there is the same old polling place up and running! What in Sam Hell is going on here?

Second issue - my son was issued a vote by mail ballot - he lives about a mile from me - his ballot never showed up so he wrote the voting folks, who suspended his original ballot and reissued another ballot to him. It took 7 business days for this new ballot to arrive - which actually arrived yesterday in his mailbox. The cutoff date to have it in the mail was..... YESTERDAY! If he had been unable to get around he couldn't just mail his ballot back through his mailman - and by the time he got home from work and voted on his ballot it was 5:30 at night - on a whim I drove him out to the post office and luckily they stayed open until 6 pm and we handed that ballot to a post office worker instead of putting in a bin somewhere that might not have been postmarked in time had we done that. He said 'mom I swear this is designed so I can't vote'. I think he's right.

I'll post again after I visit our neighbors who hold the polling place. Honestly right now I'm very pissed off that we were treated differently than other folks. Something up with that!!!
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I lost my license last week, went to replace it yesterday and the only dmv around here that does it was closed mondays, so I felt like an ass walking in, but I had a recently expired paper temp license they let me use haha. They were shutting people THE FUCK down who had no ID (and im glad) but I am supposed to be able to vote provisional ballot and they said no, and I politely insisted on a double check etc. until I pulled out that temp. they also acted like other forms of id weren't ok and I already read on my city website there were options. They just said no unless you knew your shit. The folks running it were all hella elderly and probably red too but if that had been a city dem affair it would have been heinous.
 Quoting: AeonSpirit

Yeah I noticed a similar thing with early voting. The guy next to me didn't have a license, he handed some kind of photo ID that looked like a work badge. They wouldn't accept it because it wasn't a signature + photo ID. Not sure what his final disposition was but he seemed pretty much out of luck when I got my ballot and went in.
 Quoting: Dr. Deplorable Astromut


Why would you need to show ID during early voting, but none on election day here in Maryland?
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Los Angeles, Mid City. Venice Blvd police station. Voting machine broken, ballots being placed in pink papers and taped shut. Gentleman said "they will get us a new one". Yah sure. Woman two people in front of me was told "mam you already voted according to records". Total fuckery. Individual red votes submitted.
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