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Well, I finally registered to vote.



October 16, 2008 – Comments (2)

After failing to find the registration office on my first attempt (the street had no sign) I got down there today.

I live in or near Spokane, Washington and when I went down there the registration lady told me that usually there are 200k voters registered. This year they have 325k registered and they're still signing people up.

This is gonna be a landslide.

County poised to set new voter registration record

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Deadline: 2,000 to 3,000 more may register by Monday.October 15, 2008 - 7:09PMBy GLEN FAISONTHE PORTERVILLE RECORDER

Tulare County is poised to join a nationwide political frenzy early next month with a record-setting number of voters eligible to cast ballots.


Battle Ground VA Breaks Voter Registration Recordby Fin Gomez

Virginia shattered its voter registration mark,according to their state board of elections.The record-breaking news means, of course, that VA voters in past cycles should see wave of new voters at polls on election day in this crucial battleground state. Since January, VA has a net gain of 436,00 new voters.Nearly 40 percent will be under age of 25 on Election Day. Women represent majority of new registered voters.

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#1) On October 16, 2008 at 2:06 PM, Gemini846 (34.02) wrote:

There have been reports that in some battleground states cullings have reduced the number of voters on the rolls by 2 for each new voter registered.

CO, LA, AZ, and your beloved WA were all on that list.

Registering does not necessarily guarentee that these people will be at the polls. Absentee ballots attached to issues should be carefully screened during these voter drives too because they tend to be very biased on one issue and merely show the candidates views on that one "hot button" issue.

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#2) On October 16, 2008 at 3:29 PM, columbia1 wrote:

Go Rossi!!

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