Voting

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When did you vote?

I voted today
28
80%
I voted at the advance polls
3
9%
I chose not to vote
4
11%
 
Total votes: 35

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Lady tehMa
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Post by Lady tehMa »

Well? I voted today.
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Re: Voting

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Vote early and vote often, I always say.
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Re: Voting

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Ladle tehMa, you forgot one option: you can't vote because all candidates are acclaimed.
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Re: Voting

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Well, we know who the one no vote is. Captain America said he wasn't going to vote, just come on here and gripe!!
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Re: Voting

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jamapple wrote:Well, we know who the one no vote is. Captain America said he wasn't going to vote, just come on here and gripe!!


Shut the hell up, as you like to say.

PS: Yes, it was me.
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Glacier
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Re: Voting

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Voting is for sissies. There's no way I'm going to vote today.
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Re: Voting

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Don't vote, Don't *bleep*. We always plow through the candidates mandates and try to make an informed decision. We always vote.
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Re: Voting

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I provided one vote for Mayor, 5 votes for Councillor, and 3 trustees based on my research. I based a lot of my decisions on the answers provided through the Castanet " Questioning the Candidates " series of questions.
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JayByrd
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Re: Voting

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Anonymous123 wrote:I provided one vote for Mayor, 5 votes for Councillor, and 3 trustees based on my research. I based a lot of my decisions on the answers provided through the Castanet " Questioning the Candidates " series of questions.


I did largely the same. Given her answers here, I'm surprised Beryl Itani is placing as high as she is. Nice lady who's done a lot for the community, but she seems a bit clueless on the issues.
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Lady tehMa
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Re: Voting

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Glacier wrote:Ladle tehMa, you forgot one option: you can't vote because all candidates are acclaimed.


Honestly didn't know that was a possibility, and don't know how to fix it :p
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Re: Voting

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29,783 showed up to vote out of the roughly 93,355 eligible voters (31.9% of the population). To get that number I just took the info from 2011 census and subtracted the 0-19 category (yes I know 18 year old's can vote) from the total population.
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