Skip to comments.California - Post Your Voting Observations Here !
Posted on 11/06/2012 7:58:28 AM PST by jennychase
California FRpers, post here about how the Election Day polling places are doing here
Polling place out here in San Bernardino county was packed at 7am. Lots of older voters clammoring about No on 30.
I voted 7:30 A.M. in North Los Angeles County a small number were voting at the same time. Most people in our area must leave before the polls open to get to work. Held my nose and voted for Romney. With joy in my heart I voted against Proposition 30.
One half our house votes in Pasadena the other down in The OC Newport Beach. By the time I vote this may all be over however again we have HUGE ballot issues.... SAYING NO TO BROWN the CLOWN and OBOZO BIG TOP TODAY!
A Romney win in Cal?
They have bigger economy in south central LA alone, than the entire state of Tennessee.
I live in California and wont vote until I get home from work this evening... but I have an interesting observation...
At work, there is a extraordinary amount of RED clothing being worn today. This was not planned in any way, but Im seeing many men wearing red shirts and ladies wearing red blouses.
I was standing in my closet this morning trying to figure out what to wear, when I decided, screw it, Im wearing RED to support the GOP. Apparently, many others had the same thought.
Jeez Jenny - I think you are one of the very few holding your nose for a Romney vote. Good grief.
'As goes Sunnyvale, so goes the Nation...'
-chortle - Hopefully not. Nice place, but Sunnyvale (as the rest of Santa Clara County) seems to have swallowed the Democrat Kool-Aid long ago.
Heading out now. Bookmark for later report.
Jenny’s not alone. In 08 I voted for Palin; in 12 I vote for Ryan. Romney better keep his paws off my mortgage deduction and keep the feds outa states rights or he’s gonna be a one-termer too. just sayin’
“The Cali voters wake at the crack of noon to vote for more free stuff....”
...And the rubes log on to Free Republic to type “Cali,” unsure how to spell the state’s name.
Uncharacteristically crowded at my polling place in San Diego. At 6:55 there were thirty people waiting for it to open. It’s always just been one or two. They made a big fuss over it officially opening and the first vote cast. By the time I got to the front there were at least thirty more behind me waiting. There easily would have been a hundred in and out that first half hour. That’s huge for us.
Lots of people fired up about our mayoral race and that’ll get more San Diegans out too. With a strong military presence, a pretty conservative area, and a lot of Mormons, plus the mayoral race being passionate, I think it’ll be even more votes for R/R than in the past few years GOP wise here in SD.
I just left CA but I am praying the good folks in CA vote against the unions.
In my little evenly divided Rep & Dem hamlet in So. Cal, I had to wait for the 1st time in 8 years to vote this am @ 8am. Hopefully, we can pick up a house seat or 2 and defeat some of these lame brain propositions. I did my duty although I know Romney doesnt win Ca and I wont debate feinstein will also win. If Romney does better than McLame I guess thats the best Ca outcome if youre a conservative. Geez.
Ah California, why dont you wake the hell up?
I have no idea what you’re talking about.
Hubby & I dropped our ballots off at our poll in Huntington Beach..little before 8am. Line out the door & cars piling in but could be due to people voting before work. Mix of voters...Voted against tax props & Yes on 32!
“A Romney win in Cal?”
That would be the mother of all upsets. I’m not holding my breath, but I think Obama’s margin of victory will be much smaller in CA than it was in ‘08.
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