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Do you plan on voting in today’s election?

Asked at Massachusetts Street on April 7, 2009

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Photo of Liz Cloutman

“Yes. It’s my duty because the decisions they make I’m going to be stuck with.”

Photo of Jamie Peterson

“Yes I do. I feel it’s very important that everybody gets out and votes.”

Photo of Joe Sweet

“Possibly. I’m going to look into the issues and find out who’s running for the various offices. … I don’t want to vote uninformed.”

Photo of Angie Higgs

“Yes, because it’s an important election. It’s our school board and our city election.”


RoeDapple 9 years, 2 months ago

No hurry Joe, you've got all day.....................

Ronda Miller 9 years, 2 months ago

ret, that would be a typo not a type in...unless it is a type A that you wrote in..... now I am beginning to sound like donnuts....

consumer1....with that kind of an attitude it is obviously time you became a public servant to help save that sarcasm here....just the facts.

SettingTheRecordStraight 9 years, 2 months ago

Look at who ocean is voting for, and then vote the exact opposite.

jafs 9 years, 2 months ago

It seems to me that if you don't make the minimal effort to vote that you lose some reasonable right to complain about city politics.

Voting is hardly every completely satisfying, as it generally involves voting for the relatively better candidates.

Do it anyway - our system can't possibly work the way it's supposed to unless a large majority of the population votes.

nobody1793 9 years, 2 months ago

I'll probably end up voting for two people whose votes will cancel each other out, and for a cat, resulting in gridlock and hissing.

RoeDapple 9 years, 2 months ago

Don't normally partake, but whatever Donnuts is on today he really should share................

HermioneElliott 9 years, 2 months ago

So, if there is anyone who could care less about voting, or who is running for public office, or why, or what they stand for, they are not writing on this thread. I love the way people can make a joke out of anything. I voted. I was in the only one, besides the workers. at Lutheran Church when I walked in. Took about one minute to vote. Not terribly complex or time consuming. I'm mad now. I am going to go eat another popsicle.

RoeDapple 9 years, 2 months ago

I have voted in every local and national election since 1970. Don't really care if it is too much for others to handle. Sometimes my picks win, sometimes not. Never been a painful process.

However the car chase thread has me exhausted, haven't laughed this much in months....................

Popsicle sounds good, got an extra?

igby 9 years, 2 months ago

I think Donuts=Fudgepop!

or their brothers! Lol.

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