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In my small precinct in South Western PA I had to actually wait in line to vote
The poll workers said they think it was almost 100% turnout. This is a heavily Republican area so that's great. I went past this morning on my way to work a few minutes after 7 when they opened and the parking lot was full. It wasn't that busy when Trump was elected.

No problems as usual. I just don't trust the electronic voting machines.
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We live in a very rural area in NW Wisconsin with approx. 450 total registered voters. I was # 380 on the machine and the lady at the desk said it was the biggest turn out ever. They also had a ton of paper ballots and absentee ballots in the box. I bet we were close to 100 % turnout
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I voted red all the way. I asked the guy is this computer hackable he said no it's not connected to the internet I said how can I trust the people that will count my vote he said nevermind. This was central florida

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In Wyoming, no problems at the polls. I got lots of comments on my red, white and blue (stars and stripes) leather jacket. They thought it was appropriate for election day. Fewer machines than usual, but still only 10 minutes to vote. About average number of people at the polls.
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West MI here, small town of 4K. Went in at 2pm which is when I usually go. More people than usual (about 10-lol), no line, slow steady in/ out flow, took 10 minutes. I was # 400.

Poll worker said it was busy at opening.


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I got to vote against the fake native American. Not that it will matter in my dark blue state!
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Thread: Vegas Voter FRAUD: Can Vegas' Unions Legally Pressure & Pay Members & Retirees to Vote?

Voter FRAUD. Just emailed Fox News Local.

Vegas hires mostly incompetent poll workers who are very poorly trained, and not physically nor mentally capable of doing their jobs. At least there were about 3 good workers.

Went early afternoon. Lines were less than an hour. Poll worker said he'd NEVER seen it so long. No one was allowed to take a break either.
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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!!!
 Quoting: Paul Drake

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.
 Quoting: Deplorable NO MORE Michele B


You people need to start voting absentee. You go online to request to have your ballot mailed to you, you fill it out & mail it back. Easy Peasy.
I voted red absentee 6 weeks ago.
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mine was nothing - already registered so I got to skip the line and all in all less than 5 minutes - a very pleasant experience in my opinion
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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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... HUH?!?!? ... a school in mn closed to the students for the day because of voting ... the school wanted voters to have parking AND they didn't want the students day disrupted ...
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Central Massachusetts here. Polling place was the town Hall and it was busy but only a 2-3 minute wait. All R’s across the board.
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In and out in about 10 minutes, everyone was very polite and organized.
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You people need to start voting absentee. You go online to request to have your ballot mailed to you, you fill it out & mail it back. Easy Peasy.
I voted red absentee 6 weeks ago.


I think you're right. You had to sign in with their felt pen. Impossible to form the letters correctly. I tried several times. Praying my ballot doesn't get deleted, as my original signature was extremely easy to read with each letter carefully formed.
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Voted my first straight Rep ticket today. I hate to do it, but this one is too important. There were some obvious snowflakes in line, but I'm in a blood-red rural area. I'm sure my local area will go my way. I just hope the state (GA) goes my way. It's scary. GA has been deep red forever. The fact that there's even a question of going blue is unnerving.
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Voted in NE Columbia, sc this morning. Took about an hour. Lines were the longest I have ever seen. also the machines were screwing up and misreporting ballots, but that was explained to people and they were trying to make sure that the correct entries were cast.
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Anyone seeing fraud should call and report to State Board of Elections.
Maybe if we bombard them with the shit we see going on, we might get ID required for all states and paper ballots.

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.. HUH?!?!? ... a school in mn closed to the students for the day because of voting

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The school wasn't closed.

It never is on voting day.

But the parking lot is never that active, even on voting day.

They must have had school, plus some other event, plus voting, for it to be that busy.

Because I was the only person voting in the entire gym.
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Voted out in a VERY rural, little spit-in-the-bucket sized town. 3 booths total. I was the only one there voting. RED WALL, BABY!
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Some kid had dyed hair. Another kid came with his mother. Another lady was wearing yoga pants, was nice.

All the people helping behind the tables were old white ladies, they were nice, and gave me a sticker.
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Upstate NY here. Voted straight Republican .My town is pretty much Republican and voter turnout looked busier than even 2016. My guess it's to try and vote Cuomo out. Too bad Buffalo and NYC are so stupid and keep putting him back in!
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This is great to hear! He is so smug to think his re-election is a sure thing. 3 hr wait NYC - "wet fingertips from the rain" screwing up all the scanners!
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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.

 Quoting: Deplorably Charlotte

HA HA! I started reading your post and said "oh yeah, me too!" and then your second line "bottom of a ditch" cracked me up here! Still laughing!

OMG..reading second line, me too. Dad was a democrat (mom too), always said Democrats are for the people, Republicans for businesses.
Well, we didn't own any businesses (Dad was a mailman) so always voted Dem. Just switched this year to Independent (fuck 'em - no one gets me!) but voted straight red. Hoping to see child prostitute lover Menedez get his ass kicked by Marine Hugin! here in "our ballots have 3 forms of Indian alone languages" NJ. Can't wait til my obligations are over here so I can get GTFO. My conceal carry waistband is lonely and needs me to keep it warm.

Inspirational post! THanks.
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Stood behind two snot-nosed libtard college students:

"I need to get something at the store but it's 30 minutes away."
"Fuck dude, we should bail. This line is too long."

Some lady told everyone to put up their cell phones, which was the #1 thing to do to make idiot college kids lose patience. They walked out of the line. The wait was maybe 10 minutes (no big deal). Hey good job idiots, thanks for giving up your votes.

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Rural area in Nothern New England. In and out. Super easy and chill.
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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!!!
 Quoting: Paul Drake

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!
 Quoting: Martha m'Dear


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.
 Quoting: Deplorable NO MORE Michele B


You people need to start voting absentee. You go online to request to have your ballot mailed to you, you fill it out & mail it back. Easy Peasy.
I voted red absentee 6 weeks ago.
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If you read my post about my son's mail ballot you'll understand why I posted his experience here. NOT so easy peasy - he almost didn't get to vote at all due to his ballot being stolen or lost.

My promised update:
My husband walked across the street to make sure our names were not on the rolls anymore since we were forced to vote by mail, and our names were not on there. The people there had no idea that a sliver of the neighborhood had been required to vote by mail - had no idea why only a sliver of the neighborhood was forced to do so.
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When I finished voting, I put my ballot in a security folder and walked back to a table where a middle-aged black woman took it.

I stopped and waited, and when she noticed me standing there she looked at me, and said:

"OH, I GUESS YOU WANT TO SEE ME PUT IT IN THE BALLOT BOX?"
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10 minute wait, couldn't find my name on roster, was on computer data base, no blue vote, all incumbents out, green vote for senate. AZ resident
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Duval County Florida (Jacksonville). I voted about 10:30 this morning. Voted same precinct in 2016 Presidential election. My perception was that turnout was heavier than in 2016.

No lines but steady stream of voters. People chatting in parking lot both coming and going. Its a beautiful, warm day. Paper ballots in use here.
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Great thread, I've read everyone's response so far...

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