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View Diary: Romney urged business owners to tell employees how to vote for their 'best interest' (66 comments)

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  •  Well ...on the flip side. (1+ / 0-)
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    johnny wurster

    We have two employees in my husbands home based business. They have lunch in my living room most days and I talk a lot of politics. I've got one young one and I'm going to make sure that child votes. Obviously I will not tell him how to vote but I sure as hell will tell him how I am voting and why. I'll be damned if I'll stop.

    Granted, I'm not threatening his job if he doesn't vote my way but he will vote. We're in Washington State where all voting is by mail. If his ballot accidentally get's throw away this election I will march his ass down to where ever we have to go and get a new one.

    •  Don't know what county you're in. If it's King, (0+ / 0-)

      BoE is at the intersection of Grady Way and Oakdale, in Renton, with a freeway exit at about S 154th Street and then turn right and keep going as 154 turns into Grady Way. It's also close to where 405 crosses Rainier Avenue. There is also for this election an annex at the King County office building at about 500 4th Ave in Seattle. Their stated policy which came out in the fiirst of two voters guides today is if a voter has an issue, bad signature or whatever, they will call and fix it so they will deal with lost ballots and the like.

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