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Election day has already begun. Polls are already closed in Dixville Notch, NH: All 10 voters cast their ballot. Outcome?
A 5-5 tie. Facepalm. Let's hope for an early night one way or another.
Also, let's please try to not be dicks to each other. Just try.
That's the goal?
In before the lock.
HoopheadVII: "Guess you won't say, "Sorry I'm a little off today" anytime again soon; Eaglesception is a bitch"
I've boycotted Facebook for the day, so that's a start. Even though I don't side with your guy Paul, tip of the cap to your civility throughout this whole thing. It's been a very contentious election, with each candidate trying to paint the other as the worst guy ever, easy for feelings to be running high during a race like this.
One more day until tv becomes watchable again!
Welcome to the Dawn of an America that is "the Hope of the Earth"!
Nancy Pelosi - The Gift that Keeps on Giving..
I'm still stuck in CT, heading back tomorrow to vote, with no power, no heat, intermittent water, and a stank-ass fridge.
But I'll vote. Fuck Sandy.
Fine, but if one more person in this state tears an ACL this thread is collateral damage.
I'm so much more excited to vote for 4, 6, and 7 than I am to actually vote for the pres tomorrow.
Voting for Obama in roughly two hours in Ohio.
Damn it feels good to actually matter.
No matter who you're rooting for, make sure you vote. These sub issues are really important across the country. Thought I heard yesterday Fla ballot is 12 pages long.
I've moved 20 ft in 15 min. Fuck this battleground state garbage.
I went to my place which is a small elementary school gym in Vienna. Never have more than 5 machines. At least 300 people in line and probably closer to 400. I'm going back after 10:30.
Drove by the high school location in a huge gym and no visible line outside.
Expect some claims to leave the polls open past 7 in NoVa.
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fuck it, i'm going off on all of you tonight in the meltdown thread.
The line here in German town is nothing like last time around. 08 it took about 1 1/2 hours. This time maybe 20 minutes????
The 247 board managers probably hired the same software company who wrote the election software. There were too many decisions to make, so we had to use paper ballots.
Total time spent 60 min.
Line was super long this morning at 6:20am... decided to just come into work and go this afternoon.
work 7-3.. then vote with my mom, havent been this excited to vote since the first time i ever got to vote! (2008)
btw nothing pisses me off more than ppl who say they're not voting because Obama would win anyway in MD and 1 vote doesnt matter.. die
Why do we hold elections in November when I have to freeze my ass off waiting in line?
William Henry Harrison would agree
“Route 1, where everybody meets.” ~Nick Faust #5
When either 4, 6 or 7 doesn't pass in MD I'm going all Stone Cold on this thread
If you're so smart, why aren't you rich?
Just voted in my super-Jewish and grad-studenty neighborhood in Pittsburgh. No wait at all. Only signs outside my polling place (the JCC, of course) were Romney/Ryan and "Support Israel? Fire Obama."
Well, I mean, that’s what it is. I doodoo and then listen to Katy Perry.
Long lines in Arlington: In line at the Central Library at 6:00, didn't vote until 7:15. Waited longer this time than in 2008.
this morning i voted and my exit poll had 9 of us in a row (all family members) this morning voting for Romney, and 1 (my mom) voting for Obama : I have a 10 person minimum for my polling - that seems like a 90/10 ratio for me so at this point I feel comfortable calling PA for Romney. I feel a lot more comfortable now.
on a serious note : I would like to thank Paul for not going nuts the past month with all of these threads : he deserves some credit.
Now I'm late for work for watching that. But that was awesome
long lines at my polling place this morning in ALexandria (Fairfax County) whereas in 2008, I walked right in at 6 o'clock smiled at the lonely Repub and moved on...
This year, out the door, and lots of folks...I am going back in the mid-afternoon
Jackie Robinson isn't dirty. This isn't Pack Pride.
Waited 40 minutes in moco. Gay marriage peeps should be pleased as they'll want a big turnout in moco.
Go away, KA!
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