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    Republicans are doing their best to prevent Florida from straying into Democratic hands.

    https://www.cnn.com/2021/02/19/polit...als/index.html

    Other states are exploring the same type of measures to limit voting.
    Last edited by Dave Gray; 02-19-2021 at 03:25 PM.

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    This is why we need some federal laws if federal offices are on the ballot; One Supreme Court case instead of 50
    Now he's gone. If only he'd be forgotten.

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    Here in Ore-gone you are automatically registered to vote at the DMV and all elections are mail in ballot

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Gray View Post
    Here in Ore-gone you are automatically registered to vote at the DMV and all elections are mail in ballot
    Well, you can keep your pinko, commie, degenerate, liberal voting to yourself, pal - they apparently don't want none of that in Florida.

    During the run-up to the 2020 election a co-worker told me that he opposed expanded mail-in voting, additional drop boxes, and relaxed deadlines for receiving ballots (note that he was referring to voting in states he doesn't live in, as WA is 100% vote by mail). His rationale? "I don't want to make it easy for lazy people to vote." Care to guess his politics?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pandelume View Post
    Well, you can keep your pinko, commie, degenerate, liberal voting to yourself, pal - they apparently don't want none of that in Florida.

    During the run-up to the 2020 election a co-worker told me that he opposed expanded mail-in voting, additional drop boxes, and relaxed deadlines for receiving ballots (note that he was referring to voting in states he doesn't live in, as WA is 100% vote by mail). His rationale? "I don't want to make it easy for lazy people to vote." Care to guess his politics?
    No guess needed, but it does seem that it is a tacit admission by your friend, that the Bull based fertilizer of the party he supports, doesn't have a universally strong enough message to attract enough votes to win. Hmmm

    For a party that has such strong belief in free market ideas, they sure don't have a lot of belief in their own ideas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin T View Post
    No guess needed, but it does seem that it is a tacit admission by your friend, that the Bull based fertilizer of the party he supports, doesn't have a universally strong enough message to attract enough votes to win. Hmmm

    For a party that has such strong belief in free market ideas, they sure don't have a lot of belief in their own ideas.
    Seems the best way to insure you can vote in Florida is register as a Republican.
    Now he's gone. If only he'd be forgotten.

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