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Election day is Tuesday, Nov. 6. This is YOUR CHANCE to have your say on the president of the United States of America. This country is meant to run on democracy - support your country, and exercise your right to vote!

If you are unsure where to go, or want to look at your local issues again, check out Google: https://www.google.c...ions/ed/us/vote

NO EXCUSES! GO VOTE!!

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Done!

Might be a long night, days or weeks. :huh:

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I voted last Friday. I will be up very late tomorrow night, listening to the radio. :)

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Vote! Vote! Vote!

No matter your view - your vote counts - exercise your rights!

California - Let's get GMOs labeled :D

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Might be a long night, days or weeks. :huh:

....yep :unsure:<_<

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Election day is Tuesday, Nov. 6. This is YOUR CHANCE to have your say on the president of the United States of America. This country is meant to run on democracy - support your country, and exercise your right to vote!

If you are unsure where to go, or want to look at your local issues again, check out Google: https://www.google.c...ions/ed/us/vote

NO EXCUSES! GO VOTE!!

What she said! :)

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Up here in Canada, we will be watching with great intererst.....

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Pretty sure much of the world is curious about the outcome. I love the BBC comments on our elections.

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GottaSki,

I'm with you! We Californians need to know which foods contain GMOs!!

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GO VOTE!!!

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It's allegedly a Republic, not a democracy! Sheesh. At any rate, we have mail-in voting in Washington state, and we can also drop off ballots at most local libraries to go into a special ballot drop box. I dropped mine off yesterday, and lots of other people were doing the same.

Given the potential fraud with the electronic voting machines, I think mail-in is probably a little better. I do miss going to a regular polling place, though...

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Okay, I know I'm the other side of the pond to vote, but who your president is does have a huge affect on us over here in Britain/ scotland.. (The independence debate is a major politial issue in Scotland just now).

Glad that there was a big turnout in your election - this can only be good for democracy.

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