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I hear there’s an election today

Tonight(ish) or tomorrow(ish) will mark the end of the longest campaigns for the presidency in history. The candidates have now been running for president for a record 17 years, 4 months and six days. A couple things to look forward to either tonight(ish) or tomorrow(ish) is that 1) this nightmare will be over and 2) one of those two douchebags running for president will lose.

The dead are already descending on Ohio and Chicago to vote. And voter fraud is reportedly rampant. Heck, Dixville Notch, has 19 registered voters. And 21 voted. Does anyone have faith in the election process anymore? I’m guessing there might be lawyers involved after the election which means it may not end tonight(ish) or tomorrow(ish). And I’m sure if it does end tonight(ish) or tomorrow(ish), the new cycle will start, say, Thursday(ish).

That is unless the lefty promised race and civil wars start up tomorrow.

Been a long 17 years, 4 months and six days.

Anyway, go vote. Unless it’s for Obama. Because ACORN has already voted for you.

10 Responses to “I hear there’s an election today”

  1. Guav Says:

    I don’t think the 19 registered voters thing is correct. Dixville Notch’s last election’s vote totals:

    2004: 26
    2000: 26
    1996: 26
    1992: 25

  2. Sean Braisted Says:

    If Mark Steyn’s readers so it is so, it must be so.

  3. nk Says:

    I have never seen my polling place this busy. And I don’t think that it’s because my township is voting on a referendum to secede from Cook County and become its own county.

    I also bought a couple of boxes of fresh ammunition. Better to have it and not need it than to need it and not have it.

  4. rightwingprof Says:

    I worked the poll here in this district from 6-10 (voting began at 7, and polls close at 7). This is a fairly small, conservative voting district, with a GOP majority (Pennsylvania is a party registration state, unlike Indiana). It was amazing. At 6, there were people waiting outside the church. When we opened the doors at 7, the line went all the way around the church and down the street.

    At 10, I cast the 396th vote. That’s a huge turnout for this district, a huge GOP turnout. There was no sign of any more “youth” voters than usual. There were some volunteers for candidates standing outside when I left, and both the two Dems and two Republicans agreed that from the reactions of the voters to them as they went to vote, most were voting GOP.

    If there is a massive GOP turnout all over the state, McCain has a very good shot at carrying Pennsylvania. I’m seeing similar reports from Indiana, Virginia and Florida.

    Also note: The polls assume a huge Democrat turnout and a depressed GOP turnout. That’s not what’s happening here. I suspected as much. That’s how we won in 2004 — huge turnout. I think we’re going to see a huge GOP turnout in all the battleground states. We may also see a huge Dem turnout. That will make the race close; it won’t seal it for Obama. Not, that is, unless the Dems get a bigger turnout.

    Don’t look for results from Pennsylvania until late. We’re expecting many polls to still be voting at least until 11. “The polls close at 7” only means the doors close. Everybody inside still gets to vote. In this district, it will take about 90 minutes to get everybody inside through. In larger voting districts, it will take even longer. That’s going to make “early reports” based on exit polls even more problematic than they were in 2004. Let’s hope the media learned their lesson about that.

    I’m going back to work from 4-6. Turnout did slack off from the first hour, but it’s much heavier than any other election I’ve seen here, and people who have been working elections for years say it’s bigger than even what they saw in 2004.

  5. Roland the Headless Thompson Gunner Says:

    Just voted. 10 Min. In and out. Three ahead of me. It’s raining lightly here in Mosby’s Confederacy. Upon leaving the Brit gal passing out “O” literature asked if everything went alright. Told her “just fine” and she wished me a good evening. I replied “thanks, keep your powder dry”. I don’t think she understood.

  6. Paul Boughton Says:

    I was 294th vote recorded at my location. At one time you could figure out who the vote was for based on hair color, but I don’t think so this time. Overall the polling place was very muted.

    Hpefully Acorn didn’t get the job done. I would like to continue to casy my own vote.

  7. Nate Says:

    Listen, the truth squad says that Obama hasn’t had ANYTHING to do with giving 800,000 to a group associated with ACORN….and there is no evidence that he was a community organizer (another way for racist republicans to say black) that worked with ACORN. All you have to do is ask him or his apostles…they will tell you the Truth You Can Believe in and Vote For.
    The Omamassiah Cometh, you filthy clingers, i hope your ready!

  8. Lyle Says:

    If the left doesn’t trust you to run your own business, dispense of your own wealth, make your own associations, maintain your own real estate as you see fit, own a gun, educate your own kids, etc., on what basis should they trust you to vote correctly?

  9. Billll Says:

    Steyn’s got nothing on me: In Ohio, McCain is leading Obama by 58% to 57% with another 5% going to third-party candidates.

  10. anon Says:

    Voter fraud sucks. Those of us who watched Gore and Kerry go down in the flames of rampant voter fraud (incorrectly purged voter roles) and dirty tricks remember what it is like to have democracy subverted for the Big Men.

    All instances of voter fraud and intimidation should be investigated and prosecuted.

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