Skip to comments.LIVE THREAD--Election Day 2010!
Posted on 11/02/2010 6:57:53 AM PDT by SE Mom
Post what you're seeing, hearing in your district, county or state during the day and evening- anecdotal or otherwise!
VOTE FOR LAZAMATAZ!!!
Election Day 2010 ping!
FYI to everyone - Reporting Voter Fraud
The Republican Party has set up a National Hotline, which will be staffed with Attorneys to handle polling issues as well as possible voter fraud or intimidation.
1 - 888 - 775 - 8117. IF you even SUSPECT this is happening, PLEASE call for their free advice. DOCUMENT AND FILM EVERYTHING.
Minnesota's voting system utilizes pieces of paper where the voter completes an arrow next to the name of their selected candidates with a black marker. The paper is fed through a scanner.
So, the FIRST voter at this polling place reported that "the scanner was broken" and the election officials were collecting the ballots in a sealed bin of the type that the ballots are fed into *AFTER* going through the scanner.
No word on how this bin will be separated from those full of already-counted ballots, nor on when the scanner will be fixed, nor yet again on how the ballots in *this* bin will get counted (or if a bunch of straight DEM ballots will be, oops, "substituted by mistake", eh?)
Driving to work, just saw a man standing outside the polling place with a Cuomo - Duffy sign (New York).
He was about 100 feet away from the front door of the polling place anyone know what the rule is ?
100’ minimum distance in CA and NC, only ones I’m sure of.
I voted @ 7 a.m. in Franklin TN @ Hunter’s Bend Elementary. I got there at 6:45 and there was about 20 people in front of me. The admins commented that it was a large crowd for a mid term and it also being so early in the morning.
We had a light rain earlier today but nothing to be concerned about. Right now the sun is shinning and a few black bellied whistler ducks are pecking at some cracked corn we sprinkle out. I know, shouldn’t feed the ducks. The power company had to move last years osprey nest to a new pole they put up about 50 yards from the power pole. We were worried they might not like it, but they inspected it a couple of days ago and seem pleased.
I voted this morning in a heavily democrat district, but was happy to see a republican poll watcher carefully scrutinizing the process. I thanked him for what he’s doing and got info from him on becoming a poll watcher myself for the next election!
Cold, but no rain in the Mid Atlantic.
Voted this morning in Ellsworth Maine. Polls opened at 8 a.m. There were about 20 people in line.
Polls close at 8 p.m. A friend will be at LaPage headquarters in Waterville, ME this evening.
I will also report on several legislative races in my area.
Moonbat Demorat Mitchell may come in third place.
I was leaving the polling place and was talking with our R who's working outside. He said some “random guy” riding his bike started ripping down campaign posters (guess which party's).
This random guy stated that it was illegal to have posters up in a right of way (???). Well, the fella I was speaking to is about the nicest guy you'd ever meet. However, his co-worker has actually been featured on that “Parking Wars” show. She was all over this random jerk like a rabid pitbull on a meat wagon.
Put the kybosh on that activity with a quickness, she did.
Why is it that libs just instinctively want to shut down any opposing free speech?
Probably has something to do with a philosophy that doesn't stand up to a third grader's examination for fifteen seconds.
Just voted all Republican in Massachusetts!
A few useful links-
Voted at about 8:55 in VA-9 (Christiansburg Library). Decent turnout though I didn’t really have to wait at all. Touch screen voting machines. Didn’t have a problem with it at all. I think the machine said I was number 68 on that particular machine and they had 5 machines, I think. Out front I was handed a Morgan Griffith flyer and a Boucher/Democrat “how to vote on your ballot.” Weather is beautiful here in the NRV but in the 30s this morning.