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    Default Help with Voting for 2010 U.S. Election

    This thread is intended to help people vote in the 2010 elections in the U.S.A.

    It is likely too late to register to vote, but usually, if you were registered to vote two years ago, unless you have moved, changed your name, become a felon, or some other thing, you are likely still registered to vote.

    To find your polling place, there are some web-sites that will help.

    http://www.vote411.org/pollfinder.php
    http://www.smartvoter.org/

    Also, if you are having trouble, perhaps someone happens to live in your area on here (or knows about your area).

    Please, post in here, indicating you found your polling place.

    and on election day (Tuesday, Nov. 2nd for most places) Please post that you have voted.

    Every election year, there is some sort of trouble voting for a lot of people, please tell us your stories.
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    I wish I could vote, but I didn't register in time.

    I would've voted Sestak for senate seat.

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    I voted on the first day of early voting...

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    Election year 2008... I walk into my local polling place, hand them my card... walk to a booth, vote, leave.

    It took me all of 5 minutes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tawanda View Post
    I wish I could vote, but I didn't register in time.

    I would've voted Sestak for senate seat.
    Did you vote two years ago? Because, if you did, you are likely still registered.

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    Voted in early voting last week. I would've liked to have voted for Sestak, but alas, I don't live there. I certainly like him better than the guy I voted for.
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    Pat Toomey is quite conservative by Pennsylvanian standards. I dig the serious fiscal conservatism, but not the social stuff at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pure_mercury View Post
    Pat Toomey is quite conservative by Pennsylvanian standards. I dig the serious fiscal conservatism, but not the social stuff at all.
    Then why not vote Libertarian? I think they'll make a great showing this year.

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    In New York I'll be voting Cuomo, Schumer, and Gillibrand. All of them are going to win, because of weak candidates like Paladino.

    Quote Originally Posted by DiscoBiscuit View Post
    I voted on the first day of early voting...
    Your guy Rubio is lucky. Any other political season Crist would win. But Rubio is still a decent candidate. Dammit, Meek... you should have dropped out.

    Quote Originally Posted by ygolo View Post
    Then why not vote Libertarian? I think they'll make a great showing this year.
    Because for the Libertarian Party, a great showing still = losing everywhere. It would just help Sestak, which you don't want if you're right-of-center.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ygolo View Post
    Did you vote two years ago? Because, if you did, you are likely still registered.
    I'm 19, so simple mathematics say no.

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