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Did you vote in 2000?

heartsurgeon

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Aug 18, 2001
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just curious - who among the posters here on ATPN has actually voted in a Presidential election. i wish i knew how to set up a poll, but i don't.
 

charrison

Lifer
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Originally posted by: heartsurgeon
just curious - who among the posters here on ATPN has actually voted in a Presidential election. i wish i knew how to set up a poll, but i don't.
I voted in the last 3 presidential elections.
 

Hayabusa Rider

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Jan 26, 2000
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Silly person, of course.


and 96 and 92 and 88 and.... several more :D



Don't vote? Don't bitch!
 

Vadatajs

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Aug 28, 2001
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Yup, Gore. It was the first presidential election I was old enough to vote for.
 

TheBDB

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Jan 26, 2002
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I live in Texas, so there was no point in voting. I hate the electoral college. :|
 

spaceman

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Dec 4, 2000
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i voted for Dubya, and unless there is a clear cut superior alternative
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/i'll likely vote for him again
 

burnedout

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Yep. '80, '96, 2K. Was outside the country in '84, '88 and '92 and didn't bother with absentee ballots during those years.
 

chowderhead

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I voted in 1996 (first time I was eligible to vote for President) and in 2000. I proudly voted for Al Gore.
I would vote for Ronald Reagan in his current state before I EVER vote for GWB. :disgust:
 

Zim Hosein

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Nov 27, 1999
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Originally posted by: heartsurgeon
just curious - who among the posters here on ATPN has actually voted in a Presidential election. i wish i knew how to set up a poll, but i don't.
I've voted in every Presidential election since I turned 18 :)
 

VioletAura

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Aug 28, 2003
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It is not like it will actually count for anything. I don't vote because the whole US political system and democracy is bs. Those in power do nothing but mislead the ignorant masses to stay in power and collect money from special interest.
 

Martin

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Too young to vote in 2k (we had an election here too, except it took us ~3hours to figure out who won ;)), but I did vote a month ago (provincial election) and will vote on monday (municipal election). We also have a federal election comming up in spring (most likely).
 

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