Good...<br><br>If you can't figure out the right precinct to vote in (they tell you when you register,) then frankly you're a worthless waste of oxygen who has no business voting, much less existing on this planet. Good job by the court. <br><br>
The whole point of provisional balloting was to capture votes lost by other electoral procedures. The point behind counting p-ballots cast in the wrong precinct was to take away the incentive local election officials have to suppress votes by moving polling places at the last minute.<br><br>Of course I don't have any criteria to judge whether someone is a worthless waste of oxygen though. I wouldn't count victims of electoral fraud though. <br><br>-- Charlie Alpha Roger Yankee Whiskey<br>
i have a polling place less than a block from my house. when we first moved here, i went to that polling place to vote during a primary. they had a big sign out front that said, "vote here" and i had no instructions on where i was supposed to vote on my voter registration card. i registered when i got my new driver's license and they DID NOT tell me where to vote; in fact, the woman said about 4 words total to me that day (e.g., "smile"). in any regard, i was turned away from the polling spot next door and they didn't know where i was supposed to go. fortunately, i walked home and i called a neighbor that i had just met -- he told me that we had to vote about 15 blocks away and gave me directions. it was not a school and was not on the beaten path. it was nonsense the way the gerrymandering worked. sorry you feel so strongly about people who encounter situations like i did. <br><br><br>--<br>one of the penalties for refusing to participate in politics is that you end up being governed by your inferiors. -Plato
Sean, now that you live in the great state of Michigan make sure you visit this site.<br>http://michigan.gov/vote<br><br>Make sure your still registered, get maps to your polling place, look at the ballot, QuickTime movies of how to use the voting technology used at you polling place and much more.<br><br>And our SoS is a Republican! Go figure, reading the main stream news I would have thought she'd have shut the site down by now. <br><br>Well, it is still working and I did visit and just found out it looks like my polling place (same spot for the last 15 years) switched from mechanical levers to OPTECH system (connect the arrows). The online ballot even includes most of the democrats running for office.<br><br>So, you out there in MacMinute land does your state have a similar online info site?<br><br><br>No sig right now, waiting for the next Kerry flip-flop. .
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