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Old 11-07-2022, 8:08 PM
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Originally Posted by Usual_Suspect View Post
I sit here and read this and wonder where is the Country going? For those whose memory is fading, Hillary Clinton made the first pitch it was rigged in 2016, and could not provide the courts with any proof or widespread election fraud. Then of course, was 2020, same messaging before the votes were counted as in 2016, if I loose it's rigged. Both sides will tell you how rigged it is when they loose. Both sides need to get past the fact they don't win every time, and they don't get everything they want.

A simple test is to ask a candidate if they'll accept the results of the election if they lose. The honest person will say yes, whereas the dishonest grifter will insist it's a moot question, because of course they're going to win.
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Old 11-08-2022, 10:32 PM
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Originally Posted by socal m1 shooter View Post
I think Kari Lake is smart to encourage her people to vote late.
Sadly this may have backfired on Kari Lake and Blake Masters.

Apparently, Maricopa County had 20% of the voting centers had problems with their voting machines, causing long lines.

Lake and Masters filed lawsuits to allow the centers with problems to stay open longer, but the judge tossed the suits out:

Also, Los Angeles had serious rainfall that may have reduced voter turnout, probably tightening margins.
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Old 11-09-2022, 8:03 AM
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Voting my mail is fine if you are active in the process and the county registrar makes it easy

Here in Stanislaus County I can go online and see if my ballot was shipped and when it was received by them and if it was accepted.

Once the ballot is in their hands, its not any more or less secure than your ballot after you vote in person. What happens behind the scenes is out of control no matter you vote.
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Old 11-09-2022, 6:07 PM
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I enjoy voting in person. With that said Republicans need to play the game Democrats play vote early and vote often.

Thank your neighbor and fellow gun owners for passing Prop 63. For that gun control is a winning legislative agenda.
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