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Re: Be Sure To Vote


From: Woody Duncan (woodyduncan_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Tue Oct 26 2004 - 20:25:27 PDT

        We didn't trust the new touch screen voting machines so
that's one reason we voted absentee. We had a paper ballot
that can be recounted if there is a close race.
                                        Woody wrote:
> I voted a straight ticket this time. Not saying for who either, Woody!
> However, since I voted, a friend called to say that two of her friends
> voted straight ticket in the same place and when they looked back at
> their ballots, it said that they had voted for the other presidential
> candidate!!!! I am going to try to figure out tomorrow if there is a
> way to trace back my vote!!!!!! I can't believe this. When you vote,
> ALWAYS look back to make sure you really did what you thought you did!
> This is in Houston at the same place that Bush voted.
> Linda Woods

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