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I'm sending this on my break, so I've got to be short.  Contrary to what was expected, voter turnout is good.  I can only see who is showing up and the turnout for republicans is good.  They are showing up with their pre-printed "Arnold" checklists, so all dems who want to see these issues defeated, get off your keyboards and get to the polls!

Originally posted to Fury on Tue Nov 08, 2005 at 10:32 AM PST.

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  •  NIX ON THE FIRST SIX (none)
    Yes only on 79 & 80!
  •  Thanks (none)
    for posting the call to action.  Turnout high is good for us, glad to hear it.  Where are you at?

    Visit the BetterCA community, log in and get blogging.

    by Alliance for a Better California on Tue Nov 08, 2005 at 10:36:26 AM PST

  •  I'll be going to the polling station (none)
    in about half an hour and will of course be nixing the first six.

    Another Arnold checklist arrived in the mail yesterday, but so did two Democratic mailpieces.

    Fingers crossed Arnold gets a good boot up the backside from Californians today.

  •  I didn't get an Arnie checklist at all (none)
    Should I take that personally?

    My wife got a letter from "McCain" though. We thought that was pretty funny.

  •  We got everyone's checklists (none)
    We got Arnie's, we got fake Democratic Party, we got real Democratic party, we got paid mailers galore.

    And I voted NO on 73-79, YES on 79 and 80, checked my work on the #$(@)*)(!@# touchscreen and summary.

    In my local election, there were 2 candidates for the same office who were both so loathsome I couldn't bring myself to vote for either of them.  One had a long history of dirty tricks and baggage, the other was a Republican trying to hide the fact when he walked precincts.

    Chaos, fear, dread. My work here is done.

    by madhaus on Tue Nov 08, 2005 at 10:56:07 AM PST

  •  Maria cancels out Arnold's vote (none)
    ... or we can hope so, anyway...

    ModestNeeds.org Response For Hurricane Evacuees

    by socal on Tue Nov 08, 2005 at 11:06:14 AM PST

  •  I had to vote provisionally... again... (none)
    I got a book in the mail with my polling place listed and my name on it... I most definitely registered here in my neighborhood. So why is it, I can never vote for real?

    Why didn't they have my name on the list when I got there... just like last time?

    What did the woman at the polling place say?

    "They're screwing with our lists again... cause of the neighborhood we're in."

    (all black neighborhood).

    This has got to stop.

    Dems need to completely rework our voting system when/if they ever get back in office.

    It's needs to be the same... nationwide.

    And it actually needs to function.

    I called the voting hotline... and they said as long as I didn't vote twice and I'm registered to vote in L.A. county... which I am... then my vote will count... 100%, regardless of the count.

    Here's hoping that's true. God only knows of course... God and the California Secretary of State I suppose.

    U.S. blue collar vs. CEO income in 1992 was 1:80; in 1998 it was 1:418.

    by Lode Runner on Tue Nov 08, 2005 at 11:13:36 AM PST

    •  Damnit! (none)
      I want a way to know if my f'ing vote counted!

      Is that too much to f'ing ask!

      God damnit!

      F'ing Racist... f'ing goddamnit!

      It's no wonder people don't vote in this goddam waste of a country!

      Breathe... breathe... 1, 2, 3, 4,...

      U.S. blue collar vs. CEO income in 1992 was 1:80; in 1998 it was 1:418.

      by Lode Runner on Tue Nov 08, 2005 at 11:18:30 AM PST

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  •  On cnn.com front page right now. (none)
    Heh.

    ModestNeeds.org Response For Hurricane Evacuees

    by socal on Tue Nov 08, 2005 at 12:06:59 PM PST

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