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October 22, 2018
These fellows are duking it out on CNN right now.
October 9, 2018
The ballot was glued to the envelope. When I - very carefully - tried to remove the ballot, it ripped in parts. I'm wondering if that will dis-qualify my ballot. I also wonder if I attempt to have it replaced, if I'll be able to get it replace.
Have any of you experienced this type of thing? If so, were you able to have it replaced.
I want my vote for Andrew Gillum to count in this election.
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Hometown: I live in Florida
Home country: I grew up in Indana
Current location: I currently live in Florida
Member since: Thu Jun 26, 2014, 11:20 AM
Number of posts: 658
I'm in my 50's. I served 6 years in the Air Force. I've worked in the following fields: Military; Civilian Meteorologist; Dial-Up Internet Service Provider; Equipment Rental; Information Services; Currently working as an electrician. Married for just over 30 years. Was a registered Republican for the first election I was involved in and voted for Reagan. I changed my affiliation afterward and have voted Democrat ever since. I am a Bernie Sanders supporter. Any person that promotes a platform that supports the greatest portion of the American people is a person that I can support. Why would anyone have a problem with that?