Skip to comments.Eight States Go to the Polls (June 3rd Primaries Live Thread)
Posted on 06/03/2014 5:58:56 AM PDT by Free Vulcan
Today more Americans are able to vote than any other day this primary season, in fact this number of voters wont go to the polls again until November. Eight states are voting today including Mississippi, Iowa, California, New Jersey, South Dakota, Montana, Alabama, and New Mexico....
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It might be a very long night here.
Lots of options here in California. Cindy Sheehan for Governor. The gun runner Leland Yee is still on the ballot for sec of state. And Orly Taitz for attn. gen.
Nice! Early live thread!!
| Alabama - Primary
California - Primary
Iowa - Primary
Mississippi - Primary
Montana - Primary
New Jersey - Primary / Primary Special Election CD 1
New Mexico - Primary
South Dakota - Primary
This is outstanding information and a Great web site, Thanks for posting.
I will be using “the green papers” web site very often.
LOL...now, THAT is a mixed bag of nuts, in CA ;)
Great post. Thank you for the links.
You poor thing, I don't know how you manage to live there. For our local elections, all decisions are usually made in the primary. Usually no democrat even bothers to run, very red area. I like it!!!
Mississippi is the one I’ve really got my eye on. Come on, its time to send Chris McDaniel to the senate!
Here’s an article from The Iowa Republican on the Iowa races from an Iowa perspective:
I can’t believe Cindy Bansheehan actually had the stones to try and run for something again.
I’ll be looking for how many registered voters and how many actually voted.
I want to see how engaged the voting population really is, if turn out is low, then there is little hope for restoring and preserving the Constitution anytime soon.
I think these states would be a good sample, of what to expect in November, if voters are not engaged at this point, well...I don’t know what to think anymore, except I’ll not see any changes, other than the continued doubling down of communism, in my lifetime.
The Green Papers is one of the best composite sites I’ve seen on the web. It’s
been around for many years and I don’t find it to be partisan in presenting the info.
DIRTY SOUTH: Incumbent Sen. Thad Cochran is in the fight of his life against tea party challenger state Sen. Chris McDaniel in the Mississippi GOP Senate primary,,
ABC Wrote this??? Dirty South????
Voted in the “Dirty South” at 8 a.m. Turnout appears to be light.
Is Steve King running for US Senate in Iowa? Definitely vote Chris McDaniel in Mississippi!!
Light turnout’s not a good thing, right?
I think light turnout supports the status quo...but I’m no political genius.
Alabama races may be interesting today: the teacher’s union (AEA) is trying to hijack the election by funding a bunch of “Republican” candidates and hammering on one wedge issue: the repeal of Common Core.
Treasurer and Attorney General are write ins for Republicans in Iowa? Why is that? Are these guarantee wins for Democrats?
The GOP cannot even be bothered to field candidates on the ballot in Iowa?
They helped put her in for some reason we’ll never know. She has to be of some use to the commies.
It’s ABC. What do you expect? ;)
Orly Taitz as the AG for California would be so frickin’ funny!
I know....so sad.
Apparently no GOP filed in either race. They have been
voting absentee ballots since Apr. 24, 2014.
From the SOS web site election schedule
Thursday, April 24
First day to vote in-person by absentee ballot at county auditor’s office
Here is a link to the candidate listings. I forgot to include it.
Thanks Deport for the individual state links.
Last time we gathered here the Texas Tea Party pistol whipped Rove’s Rino’s.
Good luck to all states, especially Mississippi.
I voted at 11 am and 16 others had voted before me!
Get out and vote, FReepers. We have exponential voting power today it seems.
“The GOP cannot even be bothered to field candidates on the ballot in Iowa?”
BOTH parties in Kentucky left over half of the state house and state senates seats empty.
Is that 17 on the GOP ballot side or total voters for all parties? CA correct?
Thank you for both posts....still kind of unbelievable.
17 total voters at my precinct. Yes, California (San Francisco)
That’s just crazy. Even if it’s just a sacrificial lamb there should be a name there
Bump for later.
In less than 2 hours poll should be closing in some of the primary states. Has anyone
heard what the turn out looks like, low to high?
“Orly Taitz as the AG for California would be so frickin funny!”
I just got back from voting and I thought about voting for her. Who would notice the crazy? This is California after all.
My EX employer is running for Alabama State Senate District 30, and I hope that prissy little, petulant, egotistical, vindictive, pathological two faced lying, backstabbing, thieving, hypocritical, coward loses. (These are the nice things I can say about him BTW).
Repeal of Common Core would be good
Alabama - Polls close 7:00p CDT
California - Polls close 8:00p PST
Iowa - Polls close 9:00p CDT
Mississippi - Polls close 7:00p CDT
Montana - Polls close 8:00p MDT
New Jersey - Polls close 8:00p EDT
New Mexico - Polls close 7:00p MDT
South Dakota - Polls close 7:00p CDT
I wonder which of the fellas you are talking about. I’m pulling for Suzelle Josey in that race. I met her at the Roy Moore rallies at the Supreme Court when she challenged CNN reporter Tom Foreman outside after the trial when he told a blatant lie about Justice Moore on national tv. Of course, he just laughed at us and walked off. She wouldn’t know me from Adam’s housecat, but I remembered her and have heard her many times on local talk radio. She is passionate about this country and very conservative. I hope she does well.
Unfortunately I live in District 25 and couldn’t vote for her...I did vote today by the way...
Filing deadline is mid-March. If you don’t get enough signatures by then and turn them in, you don’t get to make the primary ballot.
However, you can be conventioned in after the primary, to be sure no one else gets 35% of the last primary vote. Our state convention is in 10 days so it will be handled then.
Anyone have links to live updates of Alabama and Mississippi vote returns?
Some locations for results:
New Jersey, SOS only has county by county links