Hooray!'H' as in higher: "You're higher than that! Bring us up higher than that!"
Go Obama! I can't wait to cast my vote on Tuesday. Forget what the media laments about the prolonged primary, I am excited that my vote will actually make a difference!
Go Obama! How does it work with you at the polls all day? Do you get to take a break to go vote or do you vote absentee?
I vote first to make sure the voting machines are working properly. :) Anyone who's working out of precinct (we have a couple) is supposed to vote during early voting the week before.I'll be there from about 5:45 am until 8:30 or 9 pm and then drive the election results uptown to the BOE. And then I intend to have a nervous breakdown.
Awesome.You know what? As a Ukrainian Canadian whose opinion does not matter?I feel so bad for Obama's pastoral woes!God [or Whoever] save us from John "McBush" McCain!
I agree with cam -- I'm glad for once that our votes actually matter. I voted early, and now I can't wait to see how it turns out.
Yay! I'm going to be sooooo sad if Obama doesn't get the nomination!!Lezlie
Congratulations on the NC victory!I've been thinking of you all evening as the results are reported.
Thank you! I've only been home about 15 minutes--started at 3:30 and didn't get the precinct results dropped off at the BOE until almost 11. My husband worked at the precinct across the railroad tracks--and he still isn't home. We heard they had a line of voters out the door at 7:30 when the polls closed. At least ours were all inside the gym.Obama blew Hillary out of the water at our precinct. :)
Yay for NC! Smart state!
Yikes. I started at 5:30 am, I meant to say.
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