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VOTE

Grapeshot

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The polls open at 6:00am tomorrow. Vote for the candidate you want to win - don't waste it on "making a statement."

The time to have "made a statement," endorsed a 3[SUP]rd[/SUP] party candidate or generated interest in another direction has passed. The time for that was in the primaries or even before in the party caucuses.

Be effective - VOTE.

There is no more time for philosophical discussion.
 

countryclubjoe

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The polls open at 6:00am tomorrow. Vote for the candidate you want to win - don't waste it on "making a statement."

The time to have "made a statement," endorsed a 3[SUP]rd[/SUP] party candidate or generated interest in another direction has passed. The time for that was in the primaries or even before in the party caucuses.

Be effective - VOTE.

There is no more time for philosophical discussion.


Indeed.... +1
 

va_tazdad

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VOTE EARLY AND AVOID THE RUSH.

Should be there and done by 0730. Get off at 7, and 20 minute drive to the polls.

Then starts the transport runs for those that need assistance. Might get 3 hours sleep before the dinner.

Gr8Legs is still planning on coming with me for dinner. ;>)
 

davidmcbeth

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+1 I took advantage of the very convenient early voting.

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FYI for Connecticut voters .... if you voted early, you can still change your mind and re-vote by going to the polls and letting them know that the in-person vote today would superseded your early vote.

One of the few states one can change your vote.

Have fun ! I voted earlier today ....
 

Tess

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The polls open at 6:00am tomorrow. Vote for the candidate you want to win - don't waste it on "making a statement."

The time to have "made a statement," endorsed a 3[SUP]rd[/SUP] party candidate or generated interest in another direction has passed. The time for that was in the primaries or even before in the party caucuses.

Be effective - VOTE.

There is no more time for philosophical discussion.


I want Gary Johnson to win.

I DO NOT want Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton to win.

What I want may not be what I get, but this American Citizen made a statement by voting for the candidate I want to win.
 

Grapeshot

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The polls open at 6:00am tomorrow. Vote for the candidate you want to win - don't waste it on "making a statement."

The time to have "made a statement," endorsed a 3[SUP]rd[/SUP] party candidate or generated interest in another direction has passed. The time for that was in the primaries or even before in the party caucuses.

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I want Gary Johnson to win.

I DO NOT want Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton to win.

What I want may not be what I get, but this American Citizen made a statement by voting for the candidate I want to win.
The polls open at 6:00am tomorrow. Vote for the candidate you want to win - don't waste it on "making a statement."

The time to have "made a statement," endorsed a 3[SUP]rd[/SUP] party candidate or generated interest in another direction has passed. The time for that was in the primaries or even before in the party caucuses.

Be effective - VOTE.

There is no more time for philosophical discussion.
 
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davidmcbeth

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I want Gary Johnson to win.

I DO NOT want Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton to win.

What I want may not be what I get, but this American Citizen made a statement by voting for the candidate I want to win.

I voted for Johnson .... did I do it wrong?
 

va_tazdad

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I voted Anti-Hillary, and didn't waste the vote on somebody that is clueless in my opinion.

3rd party votes are not a waste, they just aren't successful.

This is America, and you may pick whom you like. Even a vote for Johnson is better than not voting. At least they are involved.
 

countryclubjoe

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I wrote in Evan McMullin this morning, I will sleep better at night with the knowledge that I did not have a hand in the election of either the corrupt lying HRC or the tyrannical, vile DJT..

Lets hope we don't rue this day and pray for our posterity.

My .02
 

Tess

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The polls open at 6:00am tomorrow. Vote for the candidate you want to win - don't waste it on "making a statement."

The time to have "made a statement," endorsed a 3[SUP]rd[/SUP] party candidate or generated interest in another direction has passed. The time for that was in the primaries or even before in the party caucuses.

Be effective - VOTE.

There is no more time for philosophical discussion.



I did both. I voted for the candidate I want to win AND I made a statement.

Voting for a disgusting excuse for a human being, whether the one with an R or the one with a D, is not voting for the candidate I want to win.
 

Grapeshot

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The people have spoken!

Virginia is an embarassment for which I accept no responsibility. The trickle down from the district does delute our votes.

We are still home to patriots and will continue to seek ways to defeat the dark side.
 

blahpony

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The people have spoken!

Virginia is an embarassment for which I accept no responsibility. The trickle down from the district does delute our votes.

We are still home to patriots and will continue to seek ways to defeat the dark side.

I totally agree with you. Our work never ends.
 

Thundar

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Newport News, Virginia, USA
The people have spoken!

Virginia is an embarassment for which I accept no responsibility. The trickle down from the district does delute our votes.

We are still home to patriots and will continue to seek ways to defeat the dark side.

At least The Richmond mayor will not be named Joe Morrisey.
 
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