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    US Election

    With it happening tomorrow, for most people, let's see where Weasyl stands

    Here's my list of candidates I'm voting for:

    Who I'm voting for list for tomorrow:
    Presidential election: Gary Johnson (write-in, Libertarian)
    Vice Pres.: James P. Gray (write-in, Libertarian)
    US Senate: Scotty Boman (Libertarian)
    US House of Rep, 12th District: Cynthia Kallgren (Rep)
    Michigan House, 53rd District: John Spisak (Rep)
    State Board of Education: Todd Courser (Rep)
    U of M Board of Regents: Rob Steele (Rep)
    Michigan Supreme Court: Stephen Markman
    And the rest of the candidates I see on the list I don't really know about, so I shouldn't make a call on them.

    Wooo politics

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    TURBOTASTIC!!! AtomiKamikaze's Avatar
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    I'll be voting, but in NYC the US Elections are the last thing people are thinking about, even forgot today was E-Day.

    Going democrat for my own reasons, (Obama/Biden), though I have nothing against Republicans at all.

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    Me and my boyfriend are going to vote. I am voting Obama and any democrat for the state senators and representatives.

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    Got a lovely letter in the mail last week informing me that my vote probably won't count due to "faulty paperwork" even though I was registered by someone at the DMV. I'll vote anyway and hope the paperwork goes through okay the second time.

    Going for Obama/Biden, not terribly enthused about it though.

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    I'm voting Democratically because, lets face it, the republicans around here aren't offering squat. If a single one of them where offering something worthwhile I would surely vote for one of them, but when your in the same state as Todd Akin, it doesn't leave much for the mind to have to debate about.

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    Just got back from the polls. I've got no party affiliation recorded, but I personally believe that I am a Democrat- so you can guess who I voted for.
    This was my first Election, so I feel like I made a difference.

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    I got nothing. I registered to vote, but as it got closer and closer, my disgust with everyone involved just grew. So I'm sitting this one out.

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    Minnesota is a lock for Obama so I threw it to Jill Stein. Voted Dem downticket, No on Voter ID, No on a gay marriage ban, and No on renewing a .5% city sales tax.

    I eagerly await hearing the lamentations of the teabaggers in the coming days.
         
       
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    Quote Originally Posted by piņardilla View Post
    I eagerly await hearing the lamentations of the teabaggers in the coming days.
    Every outlet I've seen is calling it in favor of their own political leanings. Regardless, half the country is going to go insane come the results. Probably more.
    Should be interesting.

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    I should have predicted the Democratic majority here :V

 

 

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