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    In the next county over from me Romney votes became Obama votes on Monday.
    I guess thats one way for Obama to win NC.

    http://myfox8.com/2012/10/23/guilfor...ong-candidate/
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    Well now two more polling stations in Guilford county are flipping Romney votes to Obama.
    http://myfox8.com/2012/10/24/more-ea...ilford-county/
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    Quote Originally Posted by luvmylabs23139 View Post
    Well now two more polling stations in Guilford county are flipping Romney votes to Obama.
    http://myfox8.com/2012/10/24/more-ea...ilford-county/
    Sure seems like this might have been planned and carried out by some whiz "kid". Just an old lady's take on this though. Makes a person suspect something was planned and carried out by someone.
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    Early voting, absentee voting, electronic voting...all have their draw-backs. Vote on voting day, show a state issued picture ID. Sign off on the list. Mark a paper ballot. Have your thumb inked so you can't walk through again, or go to another precinct. Allow foreign serving military to vote absentee, and make it uncomplicated for them... Otherwise, show up at the place where you vote and just stand in line and do it.

    Is that so hard? JD
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    Quote Originally Posted by JDogger View Post
    Early voting, absentee voting, electronic voting...all have their draw-backs. Vote on voting day, show a state issued picture ID. Sign off on the list. Mark a paper ballot. Have your thumb inked so you can't walk through again, or go to another precinct. Allow foreign serving military to vote absentee, and make it uncomplicated for them... Otherwise, show up at the place where you vote and just stand in line and do it.

    Is that so hard? JD
    Sure would stop a lot of the BS that takes place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDogger View Post
    Early voting, absentee voting, electronic voting...all have their draw-backs. Vote on voting day, show a state issued picture ID. Sign off on the list. Mark a paper ballot. Have your thumb inked so you can't walk through again, or go to another precinct. Allow foreign serving military to vote absentee, and make it uncomplicated for them... Otherwise, show up at the place where you vote and just stand in line and do it.

    Is that so hard? JD
    I'm in favor of that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JDogger View Post
    Early voting, absentee voting, electronic voting...all have their draw-backs. Vote on voting day, show a state issued picture ID. Sign off on the list. Mark a paper ballot. Have your thumb inked so you can't walk through again, or go to another precinct. Allow foreign serving military to vote absentee, and make it uncomplicated for them... Otherwise, show up at the place where you vote and just stand in line and do it.

    Is that so hard? JD

    Have not seen a paper ballot in over a decade....isnt the hanging chad what got us to the Supreme Court last time
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    Quote Originally Posted by BonMallari View Post
    Have not seen a paper ballot in over a decade....isnt the hanging chad what got us to the Supreme Court last time
    Yeah, but we make a better Prius (SP) don't we? And yeah...paper ballots might make the county clerks job harder...who cares?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JDogger View Post
    Early voting, absentee voting, electronic voting...all have their draw-backs. Vote on voting day, show a state issued picture ID. Sign off on the list. Mark a paper ballot. Have your thumb inked so you can't walk through again, or go to another precinct. Allow foreign serving military to vote absentee, and make it uncomplicated for them... Otherwise, show up at the place where you vote and just stand in line and do it.

    Is that so hard? JD
    No, it isn't. It has always worked for me. Our election ladies put in a long day but most of them look forward to it. Of course their turn out numbers are not large in our rural area. I can see where some areas in our country need more than one day to take care of all the voters.
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