I Voted

I voted in the election! 99 People

    My four year old and I were discussing holidays,

    and I asked him, "What is the day which comes after Halloween when you have turkey?" My husband quickly answered, "Election day."
    jml2000 jml2000
    61-65, M
    2 Responses Mar 25, 2014

    I Earn The Right..

    I voted so I earn the right to "*****". I just hope things aren't prearranged.
    deleted deleted
    Feb 3, 2012

    We Are Obligated To Vote In Belgium

    I live in Belgium, here we are forced to vote. Everybody over the age of 18 has to vote, If you don't go you get sued, and have to go to court. Love, Doll
    fragiledoll fragiledoll
    18-21, F
    1 Response Oct 9, 2010


    I went and early voted with my 3 year old daughter! I am very proud to have a voice! Go OBAMA!
    cindyshadow cindyshadow
    22-25, F
    Oct 28, 2008

    Ok so the votes at counted

    and the pic is in the winer of the ecchi anime 20 comment contest is (drum roooooole) number 8 pizza nom nom (it's all censored and this is ecchi not hentai there's a difference)
    Drbosspaws Drbosspaws
    16-17, M
    Dec 9, 2014

    I Scarred My Kid For Life!

    I voted this morning after I dropped off my oldest at school.  I took my two year old and 11 1/2 months old with me.  At the polling place, they had a kids vote.  My two year old wanted to vote.   I had just explained the basics of voting to him...
    NoGodsNoMasters NoGodsNoMasters
    31-35, F
    9 Responses Nov 3, 2009

    I Voted

    I voted yesterday and for the first time in many many years I actually felt good about my vote.  I didn't stay up to watch all of the election coverage but it was good to get up this morning and see that my candidate took the night.  I look forward to good changes for...
    Cheryl2461 Cheryl2461
    56-60, F
    1 Response Nov 5, 2008

    You Vote, You Make A Difference

    The party that made the most effective, enthusiastic and intelligent outreach to disaffected voters won the U.S. election of 2012. If  YOU voted congratulations. You made a difference! I am an Australian and therefore have no say in the U.S. elections but I have a stake in the...
    will999 will999
    61-65, M
    Nov 8, 2012

    Election Day

    My granddaddy, a man who broke his leg one election day and still made it to the polls, would have been proud of me as I cast my first ballot. I miss him a lot today. Professor was so intensely proud as we walked in to the Grattan Fire Department to cast our votes. That kind of...
    Searchingformyshalom Searchingformyshalom
    22-25, F
    Nov 7, 2012

    Since I Was 17 1/2

    Got signed up when I was in History class I thinnk... Or some class... Jurior year in High school... and been votin every since... Havent missed one yet... And the one of 2008 is the most historical one yea... YEA...
    MysticBeauty MysticBeauty
    31-35, F
    Dec 19, 2008

    Voting Is Compulsory In Australia For A Good Reason

    it gives a better reflection of the public choice .. it makes people politically aware its central to the Australian traditional concepts of fairness and equitywe have always had  a strong political opinion and belonged to a party 
    czaristacrystals czaristacrystals
    36-40, F
    1 Response Mar 1, 2012
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