PLEASE NO POLITICS, but do you vote?

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  1. Bulin's Milker Bucket Brews

    Bulin's Milker Bucket Brews Well-Known Member

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    I was thinking today about how many people don't. Me, I always get an absentee ballot and mail it in, never know where I'm going to be on election day with my job.

    So how about it, do you vote or have you written off the process like so many other people have.

    PLEASE, NO POLITICS!!! I DON'T CARE WHO OR WHAT YOU VOTE FOR, ONLY WETHER OR NOT YOU VOTE.
     
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    Just did. Enjoying a beer at the brewery afterward.
     
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    Mailed it back today. In Arizona, they have a way to check the status of your vote. I look at that to ensure they have received it and accepted it. Posting the link for any other Arizona folks who need it.
    https://my.arizona.vote/PortalList.aspx
     
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    Still waiting for my absentee ballot that was processed 3 weeks ago. Considering in person early voting because I’m loosing confidence I’ll receive the ballot in time. But yes, always do.
     
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    Always presidential elections, rarely city/county elections or the primary election.
     
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    Always. Usually early voting, and always in person.
     
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    Got our ballots today.. will hand deliver to drop box.
     
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    Yes, I vote. I will be delivering my completed ballot to a local drop box soon.
     
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    I always vote in all Canadian federal, provincial, and municipal elections. Our kids have all grown up to be voters too.
     
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    Yup this year has been different weve stayed away from the polling booths and did postal vote. Theres a local QLD vote on here in Aus ATM.
    Oh and votings compulsory in Aus:).
    Dont vote you get a fine...
     
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    Seems silly to reply to my own post, just wanted to add that if you choose not to vote, I respect that.
     
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    #14 sbaclimber, Oct 13, 2020
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    Yes (presidential only). Always considered it "important", but just kind of gave up trying to convince myself of that the by the time the last presidential election rolled around. Then the wife got pissed off at me for not voting, so I just spent 3.70€ to send in my absentee ballot this time around, fwiw... :rolleyes:
    So, I guess I get one of these:
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    I always vote in person on election day. This year will be no different.
     
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    @Trialben interesting! I never knew that.

    Another voter here!
     
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    I didn't start voting until I hit middle age. Then I got soo sick and tired of the clowns in power I could do nothing less than vote for change. Now I encourage my children to vote as soon as they turn 18!
     
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    Our grandkids at 11 and 7 are actively involved in political discussions around here. I hope we're bringing up voters.
     
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    Yes, always.

    I vote for the thief. ;-)
     

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