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    Re: Ladies and gentleman, your Democratic congressmen and women

    So............... did anyone read the report?

    Or are we too busy prejudging it?

    http://www.pdamerica.org/field/final...s%20report.pdf

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    Re: Ladies and gentleman, your Democratic congressmen and women

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenlord
    because i voted, and when i went to Cincinnati to pick up Lady Raven, and take her to vote, there were so many violations being committed by the people running it wasn't funny. Democratic ones at mine, Republicans at her. i'd rather it mostly be ran by Libertarians, AIM(?), and i can't think of what the other group of "crazies" is called at the moment.

    at the very least, i want anything that stops this poll tampering crap, and people like Moore to not to exist in the form of polling cameras.

    the thought of letting independents or progressives run the polls is amusing to me. independent is code for Republican, and progressive is code for Democrat.

    i would say let it be ran by half of each, but they'd probably kill each other in some places.
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    Re: Ladies and gentleman, your Democratic congressmen and women

    in ohio, you can not so much as have a sign up with a candidates name with 100 yards of a poll station. not only were there signs plastered everywhere, but there were people handing out flyers on why i should vote for this or against that, and why this candidate is good and the other bad. there was even one chick at Lady Raven's place who offered a couple guys oral sex in exchange for votes.
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    Re: Ladies and gentleman, your Democratic congressmen and women

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenlord
    in ohio, you can not so much as have a sign up with a candidates name with 100 yards of a poll station. not only were there signs plastered everywhere, but there were people handing out flyers on why i should vote for this or against that, and why this candidate is good and the other bad. there was even one chick at Lady Raven's place who offered a couple guys oral sex in exchange for votes.
    And to think I vote at a church. I never catch a break.
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    Re: Ladies and gentleman, your Democratic congressmen and women

    her and i both voted at a church.
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    Re: Ladies and gentleman, your Democratic congressmen and women

    I always found it curious why people would want to speak with voters approaching polling places. Everything else be equal, I would tend to vote against the person/issue the guy was promoting just for stopping me and assuming he could change my opinion.

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    Re: Ladies and gentleman, your Democratic congressmen and women

    Quote Originally Posted by Phoenix
    I always found it curious why people would want to speak with voters approaching polling places. Everything else be equal, I would tend to vote against the person/issue the guy was promoting just for stopping me and assuming he could change my opinion.
    I think it's probably a valid strategy for lesser races that people might not know as much about. But I think it's probably pointless for high profile contests.
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    Re: Ladies and gentleman, your Democratic congressmen and women

    When I was going to the poll in November there was a guy in the parking lot who just kind of shouted over to me... "Vote for Prop 200".

    And I'm wondering how many people actually were voting for the Proposition becase this stranger yelled at them.

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    Re: Ladies and gentleman, your Democratic congressmen and women

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenlord
    her and i both voted at a church.
    That must be some church.

    I despise electioneering. I feel the polling places should be free of that kind of stuff. But it's not real enforceable.
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