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wilgeno Saint Paul, MN
10/26/14 12:17 am

Why isn't there an option for doing both for our liberal 'friends'?

NikkiKitti47
10/23/14 4:21 pm

Booth but I have a feeling Wisconsin will end up like Oregon down the road sigh

ladyniner81 no hope for humanity
10/22/14 8:52 pm

Lemme ask this. Is it possible to mail in a ballot, pick up another, mail it from another address? or even drop off one? vote more than once?

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SStauffer5745 Maryland
10/22/14 12:16 pm

I can't vote yet but my parents go to a booth and I will too when I can

PartyFree Nowhere in Particular
10/22/14 3:08 am

I've voted once in a polling place, when I was in Arizona. It was fun because it was a novelty, but I like my mail-in ballot better. God bless Oregon and its vote-by-mail law.

kanji401 SoCal
10/22/14 12:41 am

I used to vote absentee until I read that those votes are only counted if needed for a tiebreaker. Now I always vote in person.

eekorehc
10/21/14 6:57 pm

Oregonians don't get to use booths :/

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discer middle of life
10/21/14 6:21 pm

I always ask the person next to me who they are voting for. it's crazy uncomfortable for them.

bambi069 Anacortes
10/21/14 2:09 pm

How the heck is Washington state 10% walk in? All voting is by mail in our state.

theNobamist Silicon Valley
10/21/14 12:40 pm

I feel something special about going in person. It's a centuries-old tradition. Ok, maybe a little corny, but it's an important exercise in civics.

TheLastAmerican fairfax
10/21/14 11:52 am

Democrats are too fuckin lazy to go to the voting booth an cast a legal ballot so they mail in 20 ballots.

SaintAnger sumkindamonster
10/21/14 12:02 pm

...really? That's why I get calls from the Republican Party of Wisconsin, with whom I'm not affiliated, asking if I've received my absentee ballot?

theNobamist Silicon Valley
10/21/14 12:38 pm

They just mail in more votes. And so do their pets and dead relatives.

TheLastAmerican fairfax
10/21/14 12:42 pm

This bitch is whining because the Republican Party is trying to make sure that everyone eligible to vote has the opportunity to do so?

SaintAnger sumkindamonster
10/21/14 12:48 pm

Wow, if that's what you got out of that you need to enroll in some reading comprehension courses. I'm saying in regards to mail-in ballots, I've only been contacted by republicans, no democrats.

borny33
10/21/14 3:38 pm

Poor bio...

TheLastAmerican fairfax
10/22/14 5:41 am

Are you still but hurt after Obama tried to help the democrats stage an insurrection in your state and alls it did was make your governor even more popular?

Smh I guess it's true that liberalism is a mental disorder.

SaintAnger sumkindamonster
10/22/14 6:52 am

Yes, I'm everything but hurt.
This is getting painful to read.

muppethero pasco wa
10/21/14 11:37 am

Sure would like to meet the 11% of people in wa that vote in person. As we don't have that. Or have had it for almost 10 years now

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TheDoN Tricities, WA
10/21/14 1:22 pm

yeah i was wondering about that too.

RedDye40 Way Over Yonder
10/21/14 10:43 am

I'm fascinated by the idea of states with exclusively mail-in voting. I cannot imagine that ever happening in Georgia; I've never even heard of it until reading the comments on SOH.

moonshot More often I know nothing
10/21/14 11:40 am

I voted last week. I haven't voted in a booth since living in California in 1988.

moonshot More often I know nothing
10/21/14 10:42 am

Six Washington voters chose booth. There are no voting booths in Washington. Where are they voting?

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RedDye40 Way Over Yonder
10/21/14 10:41 am

In person - I love wearing my "I voted" sticker.

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Iamamerican California
10/21/14 10:29 am

Always vote in person. Too many things can happen when votes are mailed in...like not counting them.

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shellybaxter1234 Peaceful Place
10/21/14 9:24 am

We are a mail only prescient because there are not enough voters to warrant a polling place

mccougar
10/21/14 8:30 am

Whoever said "in person" for Washington is a liar. We haven't had in person voting for almost a decade.

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jvc1133 61535
10/21/14 7:58 am

I like to go to the poll to cast my ballot.

Zod Above Pugetropolis
10/21/14 7:54 am

By mail, sort of. We vote at home, then usually my wife drops the ballots off in the lock box in the city near where she works to save us the cost of the stamps. We would mail them if dropping them off for free were inconvenient.

jd910 Washington
10/21/14 7:42 am

I would be interested in hearing from the 5 people (22% of 22) in Washington who vote in a voting booth since Washington has all-mail elections.

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Zod Above Pugetropolis
10/21/14 7:57 am

I commented above. I answered "by mail", but some WA voters who drop off the ballots in a lockbox, as we do, may consider that voting "in person" since they are technically not using the mail to vote. Either answer (or neither) could be correct.

redsox95 New England
10/21/14 7:35 am

Both!! Well actually, in booth twice, and then mail in 3 times. I use my dead uncle and aunts name.

^ Democrat Logic

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redsox95 New England
10/21/14 7:36 am

** Democrat Strategy

MJSeals J.D.
10/21/14 7:54 am

Lol democrat and logic don't go together!

borny33
10/21/14 3:39 pm

Redsox...what are you talking about???

leilu SoCal
10/21/14 7:24 am

In person. I try to bring a box of chocolate or donuts to the volunteers to say thank you for serving our community.

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madeit Houston Area
10/21/14 6:53 am

Voted yesterday. I have done all I can do.

susanr Colorado
10/21/14 6:35 am

Not exactly either... I received my mail-in ballot in the mail, but after I fill it out, I'll carry it to the polling place myself.

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shygal47 Florida east coast
10/21/14 6:19 am

This is FL - I vote in person and run the sheet thru the machine myself so I KNOW my vote is registered and counted.

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Spartacus AUSTIN
10/21/14 5:45 am

I voted yesterday at an early voting place.

enlightenedsoul
10/21/14 5:44 am

It's 2014, we should be able to vote online by now.

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susanr Colorado
10/21/14 6:34 am

Because there's no way *that* could get screwed up, er, hacked.

cato Santa Barbara, California
10/21/14 5:31 am

Absentee. Much more convenient.

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Nos4at2 demented weirdo
10/21/14 5:18 am

I march in, ID in hand whether they want to see it or not, and refuse to answer phone polls about voting habits, because it is SUPPOSED to be private.

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ShineyLib Jeans
10/21/14 5:02 am

I can't vote because I am a felon, and also an illegal immigrant

FATSHADOW Cyborg Gorilla
10/21/14 4:42 am

I'm bringing my 6mo, who has to touch every button he sees, and let him pick all the lower level candidates.

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gonzoboy Arizona
10/21/14 4:30 am

I'm on our early voting ballot list. ALL voting done by mail... :)

Skarface69 Retired
10/21/14 3:33 am

Neither. Voting is still worthless, and making 2837 polls about it won't change anything.

Kay41 the Midwest
10/21/14 3:55 am

And yet, on October 18th, you published a poll asking "Do you/will you vote?"

Just saying.

T0NY
10/21/14 5:02 am

Shut up bîtch.

ScottyDoesNo Stand back and stand by
10/21/14 3:28 am

Yes and I always show ID because I don't believe in voter fraud.

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