Well How Was Everyone Voting

Submitted by Coyote on 11/2/04 at 12:51 PM. ( coyote@wideopenwest.com ) 69.14.89.168

Left to go vote at noon, was in there 25min. then back home. News is saying people are waiting in line's for up to 3hrs. But again that's was in Detroit. How was everyone else's voting go?

Coyote

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Well

This response submitted by Sandy on 11/2/04 at 1:01 PM. ( ) 209.158.66.2

I went at 7 this morning. There were 20 people there. I lucked out with no wait....but I live in an unpopulated place compared to Philly, or NY city.


Small Line

This response submitted by Kim C on 11/2/04 at 1:02 PM. ( ) 128.192.139.217

Well left the house this morning at 6:30 to head to vote got there at 6:45 opened at 7:00 and there was already a small line. We live in a small town so it was nice to stand around for about 20 mins. catching up with folks. So all and all not to bad.

Kim
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Funny you should ask

This response submitted by George on 11/2/04 at 1:17 PM. ( georoof@aol.com ) 205.188.116.135

My polling place is an elementary school between two communities. Once is jamb packed with developments, and though ours will be in the years to come, we still have a lot of open spaces. We walked in and were on my way out in less than 10 minutes. HOWEVER, my best buddy lives in the other community (precinct). He and his wife waited an hour and a half before they could vote.


Smooooth

This response submitted by Jeff F. on 11/2/04 at 1:27 PM. ( NaturesTrophies,aol ) 152.163.100.135

Went around lunch time and expected congestion here in N. Indiana. In and out with no problems at all, except seeing kerrys name on the ballot. Peace- Jeff F.


We were home within 30 minutes

This response submitted by JOhn C on 11/2/04 at 1:32 PM. ( Voted for BUSH ) 70.178.74.104

MissKiss and I were gone from home 30 minutes total. Our line was pretty long but everyone had their list of who they were voting for and the voting was moving fast.

We still use the machine with levers and the hand operated curtians.


Well guys no offense meant but

This response submitted by Cecil on 11/2/04 at 2:55 PM. ( ) 63.115.128.155

Do ya think the fact that most of us, if not all of us live in rural areas with lower populations has anything to do with it? Naaaaaahhhhhh! LOL


Welcome to Kerry's world Cecil

This response submitted by George on 11/2/04 at 3:13 PM. ( ) 205.188.116.135

You're a real rocket scientist. Not much room in Manhattan for blood and guts inside a shop even if you could afford the rent. However, MOST political systems are divided into PRECINCTS that are governed by the size of the citizen who inhabit them. More people, extra precincts added. Maybe one day you'll stop drinking that pond scum and get a clue how the American political system actually works.


Nice try George

This response submitted by Cecil on 11/2/04 at 4:34 PM. ( ) 63.115.128.155

and you may have fooled others but you NEVER fool me. You are indeed an artist. A bull$h-t artist that is!


Was Nice

This response submitted by Paul I on 11/2/04 at 9:39 PM. ( paulblastoatyahoo.com ) 209.210.133.105

Went seven this morning and was very surprised to find only one other voter ahead of me.Made my day.LOL


No one can fool you Cecil

This response submitted by George on 11/3/04 at 12:21 AM. ( georoof@aol.com ) 64.12.116.135

That would imply that you're smart enough to understand you ARE a fool and I would never imply that. Your trash talking might impress the kindergarteners you tend to, but don't bring that weak crap on here. We understand what a punk you are and hiding behind pseudointellect has already been exposed long ago.


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