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An important day in your country, no doubt.
Indeed, it was. :)
Yesterday was a big day! I had an adventure voting as the only sign greeting voters declared the building was shut (still no heat)! But a kind stranger gave me a ride to the new venue. So important to vote...
Wow!! You are one dedicated voter. Good for you. I always feel like everyone is so friendly in the voting line - your area has taken it to a new degree of friendliness!
I voted too! Postal ballot. Brilliant to be able to vote even though I am far, far away. Good message, Adele.
That's great, Lauren. I hadn't even thought of that for you. The whole mail-in ballot thing has really improved things. I actually had one, but didn't get it mailed on time, so I saved a bit of time in the line when they saw my envelope and waved me in.
Me too. It alwys makes me feel good.
Doesn't it. It's when the lady hands me the little "I Voted" sticker, and I'm walking out.
It's a great thing to be able to vote. I get emotional about it, too.
I guess I'm not alone! :-)
I hope SC blogs about her voting emotionality one day.
6. Vote Early, and Often.
That is stellar advice!
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