Tuesday, November 6, 2018

GET OUT AND VOTE!


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  1. The humans here are looking forward to voting!

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  2. Amen. So many people spew their opinions but then do nothing to make their wishes a reality. Voting is the first step and we are so lucky to have that privilege.

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  3. I haven't decided yet. I typically don't vote for candidates because I don't know or don't like anyone. I do vote for the State ammendments but this year I have not researched them.

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  4. thanks for this. I made 12 graphics for voting and shocked how divided the country is on #votered on Instagram. So much fear and hate mongering it's anyone's guess who wins but we have to try.

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    1. scary, scary times. It came through loud and clear (through the SILENCE of many who shared their sympathy for every other shooting that has taken place EXCEPT for the Jews)...that it was a HUGE wake-up call for me. HUGE.

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  5. The Dad is headed out in a few and the Mom was in line at 6:30!

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  6. Not to worry, we're voting today.

    Have a purrfect day, Cody. My best to your mom. ♥

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  7. I was #89 voter at my local precinct, and I made it to work on time too!

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    1. it's always busiest in the early morning, followed by after work (I remember from my 26 years of being employed outside the home)....my husband wanted to go super early, told him no, said we would wait til around 11am.......we had no line at all (maybe 4 people ahead of us)

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  8. My family and I have voted. Now the waiting begins. I was #29 at my polling place. That's in a small town.

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    1. wow that's good!! You must have gone early. The trick here is to go around 11am.....it's after the work rush and before the lunch rush. We didn't have to wait long at all.

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  9. Our mom heard you loud and clear and went and voted!

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  10. The people in the house have voted. I wish the cats could vote too!
    xxoo

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  11. you guys are great citizens!! Let's hope the vote has a record turnout!

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  12. The mom early voted by absentee ballot. She’s glad she did so she didn’t have to stand in line.

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    1. we had virtually no line. It all depends on the time you go. If you go from 7am-9:30 you will have long lines......it dies down from 9:30 til about noon........since we are home we went around 11, we only had about 4 people ahead of us.

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  14. https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100006550367684

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  15. Shows we voted and PURRRRoud to do so YAY YAY YAY

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  16. We voted! I was thinking about it the other day and I don’t think I’ve ever missed a vote!

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  17. TW and Pop voted in the early afternoon and were 398 and 399, which is a pawsome turnout. They got stockers for the first time too.

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  18. Pawppy voted before his work..but petcretary was out of town...that's OK, though, she is not a citizen and can't vote! (Has a permanent-resident green card). Though sometimes at the SoS office they will ask her if she is registered to vote...but she is honest and explains to them why not.

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