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Accountable
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I did! :-6 :yh_flag

In the fine Chicago tradition, the poll allows for multiple votes. :)


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I vote absentee ballot so I had mine in last week. :D
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CARLA;1033915 wrote: I vote absentee ballot so I had mine in last week. :D
Early voting for me. They set up a place in our district office one block from the school. Nobody seems to know about it because I was the only voter there, while the one nearest my house had a line out into the parking lot.
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We haven't voted yet. Not till the 4th. It's gonna be packed.
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I voted in the poll as I didnt vote due to laziness as I wanted to see the poll answers..:-3:-3:D
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Chezzie;1033996 wrote: I voted in the poll as I didnt vote due to laziness as I wanted to see the poll answers..:-3:-3:D
:wah: You can see 'em without voting if you want. There's a results link there somewhere.
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Accountable;1034045 wrote: :wah: You can see 'em without voting if you want. There's a results link there somewhere.


There is:confused::-3

Damn I participated in heaps of polls for nothing:wah::wah::wah::wah:
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Voted early this morning. I was the second person in line!
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Accountable;1033926 wrote: Early voting for me. They set up a place in our district office one block from the school. Nobody seems to know about it because I was the only voter there, while the one nearest my house had a line out into the parking lot.


Would you consider sharing your choice with us ?

After all of your recent angst over the nominees Im curious.
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Nomad;1036110 wrote: Would you consider sharing your choice with us ?

After all of your recent angst over the nominees Im curious.
Straight-ticket Libertarian, though the thought of having the option of making 20 votes by clicking one box grates on me. It was a vote against incumbents and against status quo. In instances where there was no Libertarian I voted against the incumbent regardless of party, except in the case of two judges which have impressed me.



Oh, and I voted for extending our city council term limit from 2 to 4 two-year terms. We currently have the most restrictive limits in the country.
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I didn't, we have a lot going on and I missed the registration cut off. :o It'll be interesting to see how it goes.
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sunny104;1036392 wrote: I didn't, we have a lot going on and I missed the registration cut off. :o It'll be interesting to see how it goes.


Me too!!!:-5

People I work with won't even talk to me because of it!!

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