Skip to comments.Election Day Shenanigans (vanity)
Posted on 10/17/2020 8:59:15 AM PDT by UnwashedPeasant
If you are saving your vote for election day, beware of efforts to block your vote. There may be hours-long lines for broken machines. Polling places are already limiting access to only a few of the available voting machines to maintain social distancing. Long lines might not discourage you, but they will discourage many. There may be Antifa-style attacks on polling stations and those waiting in line. There may be fake early-voter boxes where your ballot gets discarded. Do not underestimate the enemy. Consider options for early voting.
It may be impossible to vote on election day. I do not want to contribute to a long line that discourages other Trump voters.
I fully expect FelchiFa to call in continuous bomb threats
I work for a company that moves voting machines for the state of New Jersey. It’s a wide ranging area that is a major city and it’s surrounding suburbs.
Last presidential election, we delivered +/- 3,500 machines.
It’s an exclusive deal; it’s not like someone else will be delivering also.
This election we are only delivering 870 machines to the same area.
So yes, expect trouble.
I thank God we don’t have to worry about that here in our little bastion of Conservatism......but we’re not that far from a city that will have their fraud at the ready.....I still have faith that even in that cesspool of Demonrats, people will wake up and get some of these more corrupt and disgusting POS out of the Congress......
I’m in rural flyover Bible belt area so I have no worries. I vote a few miles up the road at the volunteer fire dept firehouse. Three old non mask wearing women run it and there’s no waiting.
Yesterday my wife and I voted early, in person at the County Recorder’s office, and watched a clerk drop our ballots into a locked box inside the office. That’s about the best I could do, and I’d encourage everyone to do the same if they can.
Either get there at oh dark thirty and be among the first in line or wait until the two pm to 4pm window. I’ve done poll watcher shifts in many areas and these seem to be the lighter wait times.
You will wait longer during early voting because there are fewer voting sites available as opposed to ED when there are hundreds for more more populous counties (FL).
I voted yesterday here in Texas. There was no line at all and it was very easy. I even had to show my ID! The poll workers were all very polite too.
Vote early in person. I’m going on Monday.
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