of course! Do you think I would have asked had I not voted????I'm smarter than that!:) Obviously not too many did---I heard only 3000 people voted out of like 11000 registered voters! Pretty sad huh?Julie W
No I did not... I left for work at 6:30am and didn't get off until after the polls closed! Sorry... I always vote in the presidential ones though and the primary's if I am not working.
Nope. I'm not allowed.
Yes and I took my neighbor so she could vote AND I picked up campaign signs from a couple neighborhoods. How's that? :) :)
Yes. My husband and I both voted. Were you surprised at the who the winner was for Mayor?Sherry
Nope, I couldn't! Those of us that lived in the county couldn't vote this time around. We ALWAYS vote when we can, it is our American duty to do so!!!!!!
Just checking :) I didn't think you would set yourself up for that. I didn't vote. But I've only missed one or two times. I even WALKED to the polls with two kids and largely prego with another in 2000! We only had one vehicle and Tony left at 6 and didn't get home til 6 in those days.
Of course! Can you be a Christian and not vote? (Just kidding!)
Guess I know where I stand in Jody's Spiritual eyes! :)
Yeah, I was thinking of you and Karen when I posted that. ;)
hey, I've missed a few elections too! I've actually forgotten about it before! Since I remembered this time I thought I'd make sure everyone else voted too!:)Julie W
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