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Mon Mar 28, 2016, 08:50 PM

If you have not voted yet, it is imperative to check your status before it's too late.

There are massive purges happening. It you need a link to check let me know in the comments, I will edit with a link.

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Reply If you have not voted yet, it is imperative to check your status before it's too late. (Original post)
onecaliberal Mar 2016 OP
hollysmom Mar 2016 #1
cyberpj Mar 2016 #2
onecaliberal Mar 2016 #3
politicaljunkie41910 Mar 2016 #4
cyberpj Mar 2016 #5
politicaljunkie41910 Mar 2016 #7
slipslidingaway Mar 2016 #6

Response to onecaliberal (Original post)

Mon Mar 28, 2016, 08:55 PM

1. A few years ago, I had to vote by a provisional ballot , not because I was not registered as

a democrat, but because they said I had died. They sent me an apology e-mail but never said how they found out I died, since, well I did die, but only for a few minutes, No death certificate was filed, no obituary was produced and my ex-husband still put my name on a mortgage because my credit rating was better than his. Creep, fixed immediately when I found out. .

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Mon Mar 28, 2016, 09:12 PM

3. Fantastic! Thank you

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Response to cyberpj (Reply #2)

Mon Mar 28, 2016, 09:36 PM

4. Thanks for the info. I checked and although I am registered, I need to call about whether I need

to request a ballot by mail. We had an election a little while back and my husband and I received a notice in the mail then that we would have to vote by mail for that election as there was not going to be a local polling station in our area. I thought that this was strange and I was going to follow up on it to see if this was a one time only thing or was this going to be permanent, and I forgot, since after all, I don't live on the moon or some otherwise remote location. Your email reminded me that I needed to follow up on that letter we received. FTR, I don't like voting by mail. I want to know that my vote goes in the voting box and gets counted on that day, and not treated as some provisional ballot.

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Response to cyberpj (Reply #5)

Mon Mar 28, 2016, 10:01 PM

7. Ours get treated as provisional, at least that's what happened back in 2008.

My husband and I were going to be out of town on election day and took advantage of early voting here in California. I could have voted by mail, but I knew that was going to be a provisional ballot, so my husband and I made the 90 mile drive from our home to the voter's registrar's office on a Saturday because it was the only place offering early voting, and I wanted an actual voting ballot and not a provisional ballot. Obama won and I was happy to have the opportunity to cast my vote for him.

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Response to onecaliberal (Original post)

Mon Mar 28, 2016, 09:47 PM

6. We checked ours two days ago, also print or take a screen shot, thx. nt

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