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vote and if you've never voted go register to vote.the sooner we get some fresh faces in the better.look at all the things that have happened and you know its time to clean house.the time is ripe for change.anyone agree?

Entry #720

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Rick GComment by Rick G - October 9, 2006, 9:07 am
Yes, I agree...but it's too late to register to vote. Deadline is 30 days before the election.
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konaneComment by konane - October 9, 2006, 9:19 am
I've sent off for my absentee ballot so anyone who's contemplating voting that doesn't want to stand in line can do that also. In Georgia you don't have to have a reason for the request.

Yes VOTE or take what everyone else who casts a ballot gives you.
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justxploringComment by justxploring - October 9, 2006, 11:48 am
Rick, I just saw the news last night and the anchorman said "don't forget to register by Tuesday" so maybe it's changed unless it's different in every state. I have no idea. I've always been registered. I got a letter last year telling me it's a felony (pretty sure that was the word!) to use an address other than your residence and applied for and received a new voter's registration card. I have a mailing address that is a business (a UPS store) and you cannot use a business address unless you sleep there. This makes sense to me, but then why don't they care what address is on my driver's license?
Anyway, as Konane wrote, everyone should vote who can vote. In FL they now offer early voting centers in some convenient locations, so that people who work don't have to stand in line on Tues. In 2000 I didn't vote in Nov because I got stuck at work unexpectedly, so in 2004 I made sure I voted before election day. (Glad Gore didn't lose by one vote in FL or I'd really feel guilty!)
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csfbComment by csfb - October 9, 2006, 12:05 pm
Thanks for this entry, LottoMike.

We do need to be reminded to VOTE. I'm an absentee voter myself. And I take voting very seriously - I meticulously look at each and every issue I am voting for and each and every person I am electing.

As Konane has said, "Yes VOTE or take what everyone else who casts a ballot gives you."

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