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    @Crunchy... How do you like ranked choice voting? It seems like a great idea, so that we can vote FOR the candidate we want, instead of against the worst candidate.
    Im glad paper ballots are still common. Voting machines seem inherently untrustworthy, and we cant verify the results for ourselves. Reproducible evidence, yanno. I did electronic ones one year, it felt like my vote went into a black hole. There was no output that could be used to verify that what I selected was reflective of my intent, or that the tallies the machine provided reflected the votes put into it. I guess being able to verify totals with Human Eyeball 1.0 is important.
    Homeschooling DS11, DS5.


    My spelling and typing are fine, its my keyboard that doesnt cooperate.

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    We voted here right after breakfast. We took the kids with us--they've always gone with us. Every vote counts is what we always tell them and sure enough we went to bed with a local council race "winner" and woke up to a totally different winner by 22 votes. We tend to watch election day tv a lot more than any other day lol. It is like "our" superbowl.

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    We voted by absentee ballot at least three weeks before the election. Definitely would not have missed this one. DD (16 in two months) says she cannot wait until she can vote as well.
    Love the blue wave.
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    --Kelly--Atheist/Alternative/Accidental Homeschool Mom in Iowa Since 3/1/10--DD (15) Saxon Algebra I, EIW-9, Various Lit. Selections, Additional Free Writing/Research Papers, Holt Earth Science, Holt World History, BtB Spanish, Art-1, and Family/Consumer Science.

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