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    Voting

    The benefit of living in a small town, walked in, got my sheet, sat down, dropped it in the box, walked out. Hope everyone else had such a pleasant experience.
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    Went to the county gun range, Sharon and I were the only ones in line in the brief few minutes we were there. They said they had a pretty steady amount of customers, just no long lines.

    Got my sticker and everything!
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    We have Vote by Mail here in Oregon, sent my ballot in a week ago. No lines, no crowds!
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    In out in 20 min. Judging from the stack of forms piled up It's been a busy day.

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    in and out in under 10 minutes, but that was a little after 8 this morning. they said that there was a long line of people around 6:30 this morning, looking to vote on the way to work.
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    About a fifteen minute deal here, good crowds of people, but they were set up to handle them, it went smoothly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Mooney View Post
    We have Vote by Mail here in Oregon, sent my ballot in a week ago. No lines, no crowds!
    Ditto.
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    Used to do Absentee voting in Cali all the time. The votes weren't counted till later, and to be honest, voting really didn't matter, most of the districts are a foregone conclusion.

    But here in our small community in Nevada, I like to get out and see the folks and do it the old fashioned way, You know, on election day!

    Go America!

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    In and out in 10 minutes. The ballot workers said it was pretty busy. We voted around 1:00
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Mooney View Post
    We have Vote by Mail here in Oregon, sent my ballot in a week ago. No lines, no crowds!
    Quote Originally Posted by glenn bradley View Post
    Ditto.
    Also ditto here.
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