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I got up 30 minutes early to go vote this morning. I voted straight party. Can you guess which one?

When I go to the BMV to renew plates or my license, I am always reminded what an average cross section of society looks like (makes me shiver just thinking about it). Everyone in town has to come in, or they can't drive a car. This stood out in stark contrast with the "cross section" I waited in line with this morning at the Carr Township voting place. Most everyone was, well, normal. Not scary. Somewhat clean. It was refreshing. Is it bad for me to be happy that the scruds I usually see at the BMV don't bother to vote?
Jewfish (November 07, 2006 at 09:46:04 AM):
I haven't voted yet, because the line at the hike school was hella long. Ima gonna leave early today and vote then.

I've decided that unless I really care about the race involved, I'm voting for whatever third party/independent candidate is there. The hell with Dems and Reps.
Bean (November 07, 2006 at 10:02:42 AM):
Yeah - I did that in teh pres election, but just cause I knew GWB would win IN anyway.
corbin (November 07, 2006 at 10:12:09 AM):
i voted for the libertarian candidates that were available, and for the non-incumbent in the other races.

throw the bums out!
Johnny (November 09, 2006 at 01:05:12 PM):
I voted mostly Libertarian, except when it came to the Prosecutor's race (Brizzi) and the U.S. Reps. race (Dickerson). I had to vote against Julia Carson because she is a disgrace.
Johnny (November 22, 2006 at 08:33:39 AM):
TP (November 22, 2006 at 01:12:39 PM):
blog less blogs~
conley1 (November 22, 2006 at 06:01:57 PM):
where's the lost blog? or are you donedj with it since it's gone on hiatus for 12 weeks or sumsuchshit?
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