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Dave X

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11/06/2018 03:52 PM
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Voted today near Harrisburg, PA at 3pm. As expected at this hour, no waiting to vote. Same electronic voting machine and no ID asked for or required as in the past.

I will point out however that the PA Supreme Court gerrymandered the state this year in favor of Dems (just 2 years before the 2020 Census), and it could result in a 3 seat loss to the Dems!

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Shithole CT, voted early 3 weeks ago. No way to know if that ballot isn't at the bottom of a ditch somewhere.

Registered D since age 18...and never voted R until I registered R for 2016 primaries (required here). First time I ever voted straight R across the board was this election. We will deal with RINOs afterward.

Looking forward to seeing Blumenthal in orange, and the D party purged of it's communist subversives, in time. Built it all back up from scratch with Patriots of all colors and persuasions.

Will remain a registered R to vote in the 2020 primary to Keep America Great.

CT people, vote Stefanowski for governor.. (Malloy v2.0) Lamont cannot get his foot in that door. Biden was just in Hartford stumping for that piece of globalist garbage.


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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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Does that 4-digit number that they gave you in any way connect your vote with your identity?
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11/06/2018 03:58 PM

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Rural Virginia here...no armed police, in and out in less than 10 minutes. A neighbor reported a problem in early voting-it didn't want to take her ballot but they finally got it to go through. Interested to see if anything transpires in the bigger polling places. #maga #wwg1wga
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Just 1 person in front of me today. I live in suburb south of Detroit. Very Mexican downriver suburb. LP. I voted yes on 1 no on 2&3 & voted to get colleges millage approved.

I hated to do it...but i voted for Bill Shutte even tho I think he's a bum. Now I'm drinkin beer & waiting to watch the red wings.
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11/06/2018 04:01 PM
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My experience:

Met my "Never Trump" Republican neighbor today after voting. He went out and voted straight Republican today as did his wife. He said, "Trump has delivered and now it is my turn to support him." Not that I am shocked since any reasonable person should draw the same conclusion but it was good to see!
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11/06/2018 04:08 PM

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California here. I live in the high desert, in San Bernardino County. My house is in the rural section of the city, so there aren't a lot of people assigned to my polling place.

I didn't have to wait in line. I walked in and was number 265 to vote at 10am. While I was there about 10 people, mostly older, came in. I voted straigt red. I used a paper ballot. My husband is out of town on business, so he voted by mail and I saw his name under mine on the role with a big line drawn through it. I asked about that and the lady says she marks out everyone on the mail in ballot list, so they don't send in their ballot and then show up and try to vote again. She did say that had he not sent it in in time, he could have turned his mail in ballot at the polling place.

The lady watching the ballot box was crocheting and said they had been busier than usual...it was the first chance she had had all morning to work on her project. LOL

I live in a historically conservative section of California. California has a jungle primary system, so we had two republicans to choose from for congress, so that race didn't really motivate people to turn out. Senate race didn't either, because it is between two Dems. However the governers race and a lot of the stupid propositions on the ballot seem to be motivating people to show up here.
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Mountains of W NC. No line. People from both parties handing out sample ballots. Didn't want to see my ID or voter card. Just asked my name and address. 10 minutes. In and out.

On the ballot was the question of mandatory photo ID voting. I voted YES.

Hope everyone voted who said they would. We need a big red win!
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11/06/2018 04:15 PM
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Mountains of W NC. No line. People from both parties handing out sample ballots. Didn't want to see my ID or voter card. Just asked my name and address. 10 minutes. In and out.

On the ballot was the question of mandatory photo ID voting. I voted YES.

Hope everyone voted who said they would. We need a big red win!
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Here in Texas, it didn't ask questions, on our paper ballot it was just color in the oval next to your preferred candidate. It should be the same in every state if a Federal politician is on it.
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11/06/2018 04:18 PM

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After voting, I asked for my receipt, and they ssid, "we don't give out receipts.

How can I prove I voted? With a sticker that doesn't even list my ballot number?
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11/06/2018 04:22 PM

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Central KY here. Waited 5 minutes to vote in 2016. 1 hour long wait today. Longest line in 20 years at this location.
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There was like no turn-outs in my area. But we're a heavy democratic area (old shutins on welfare) so thats good lol.

There was 3 or 4 behind the booths total in the entire time I voted. Even grabbed a Subway and watched later. Total of about 10 people showed up in 2 hours time. My phone battery died so no more Pandora so I headed home lol.

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I went to the Board of Elections in my county seat and asked for a sample ballot. So, i go to my local precinct to vote, because i can't vote at the Board of Elections on voting day. Problem is the ballot I was given to vote on had different names of people to vote for in the statewide race, than what was on the sample ballot.
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Voted today in KCMO. There was no line but it was steady. We show and get our DL verified and have to sign. Heavy Democrat area but it was not mobbed-mostly older people
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Some drama out of Austin, TX -

Thread: Dems breaking the law in Austin, TX — volunteers campaigning in polling location lines!
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Rural Missouri here, the OP's right, there were quite a few soy boys and liberal-looking females there. Huge line. Husband said it's because of the marijuana thing on the ballot. Said there are a lot of dope heads around here. I'm guessing drug users will be voting Democrat, but I may be wrong.
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I posted this in another thread, but it's topical here too.

"Technical issues in Gwinnett County, GA (NE of ATL). They are having to use paper ballots.


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That's actually a good thing. You may just get your first ever fair election. Congratulations from NW GA!
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11/06/2018 05:01 PM
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Parking lot was packed...far worse than a usual voting day. (I vote at a school).

Took me a while to find a parking spot...I walk thru the school to find I was THE ONLY PERSON VOTING.

Vote counter was lower than usual (314 at noon-thirty).

I wonder if this is the new form of voter supression(?)
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11/06/2018 05:21 PM

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Rural Missouri here, the OP's right, there were quite a few soy boys and liberal-looking females there. Huge line. Husband said it's because of the marijuana thing on the ballot. Said there are a lot of dope heads around here. I'm guessing drug users will be voting Democrat, but I may be wrong.
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S.E. PA, went after the morning rush. I was the only person there. Machine voted. One other voter arrived while I was voting the Red Wave.

Hoping the pouring rain and the recent time change vexes the Demon voters.
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I voted at 8:30 a.m. this morning and there was a lot more people than I expected. My dad voted around 1 p.m. and he said that the ladies working the voting station reported that this is a record turn out for a mid term.

Our little suburbia city is heavily republican.
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11/06/2018 05:37 PM

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Was in line waiting my turn, an old man was in front of me with someone who clearly could not speak english and he was telling her to vote all democrat. Every inch of my being wanted to tell her you don't have to !!!.. Otherwise I was in and out in 15 minutes lots of people there in my smalltown usa
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11/06/2018 05:39 PM
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More or less Rural Kansas here, and was pretty calm and fast pace. Lots of people voting when I went in which was odd for about mid morning. In line people were talking about how it felt like as many people were involved as during the presidential election. Other than that almost everyone was carrying on like it was any other day in a small town. Very relaxed, conversations about Thanksgiving plans, kids running around in line, etc.

Only sniff I had of there being any security was an off-duty officer in civilian clothes helping with the check-in when people had to show ID. No protestors outside or picketers across the street.
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My long legs got me past five others walking in. (M-F I'm strictly business)
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We just got home. Worked until 4pm, daughter and I want together.
It was busy and the church was selling baked goods and soup.
Felt more like a social event than an election! My neighbor was working the polls and said they’ve never been busier. Commented that my daughter(early 20’s) was one of their youngest voters... My husband voted early and insured my son (away at college) filled out his absentee ballot.
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11/06/2018 05:46 PM
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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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Our polling place in our area was also changed! The lady at the number I called to find out where to go swore up and down that she'd taken out ads in the paper, (which we don't get) and had ads running during the noon farm ag report on the local radio,(we don't have a reason to listen to).

Once at the NEW place, it was packed. No, I can't have a paper ballot, no, the machine didn't issue receipts.

I made very sure that the screen had not flipped my votes only to forget that I had to check that damn paper roll to the side to make sure that jived with the screen.

I AM PISSED!
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It SUX to have to be so CAREFUL about voting in the good ole U.S. of A. where voting should be honest, easy and above-board.
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Early voted got email confirmation.

Tried to rally the troops.

Not hopeful.
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Voted around 12:40pm today, pretty good amount of people there for the afternoon. I voted a straight Republican ticket and for the section where there were only Democrat candidates I wrote in Vermin Supreme.
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Hubby and I voted round 8 am,lots of folks in spite of the rain. We are in South Jersey. Straight red tickets for us, and had a nice breakfast afterwards.
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11/06/2018 06:07 PM
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Whoa...

Some reports are coming in from an area near me that "Straight Republican" votes on voting machines are registering as "Straight Democrat."

Sorry for the FB link. Read through some of the comments and replies. Someone posted a pic there of an email about it.

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11/06/2018 06:10 PM
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Mississippi, here. Suburban area. High turnout, I waited a few minutes at 1 pm.
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