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Voter registration push already started

by Steven Haninger / June 19, 2012 11:48 PM PDT
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That's funny
by Josh K / June 20, 2012 12:16 AM PDT

I wonder if they got the dog's name from a pet insurance company or something.

My daughter got a few credit card offers before she was old enough to read.

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I'm still getting
by James Denison / June 20, 2012 4:49 AM PDT
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coupons for Pampers and Huggies for my first children who are in their mid 20's
Also petit teen clothing magazines. Get Lillian Carter and similar adverts for Mom who's been dead since 2004. What happened to targeted advertising?

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It all depends
by Willy / June 20, 2012 3:39 AM PDT

It would also seem a big push also to verify and/or clear the polls of any illegal voters. That's already being done in Florida and I'm sure is Arizona too(guessing).

The rules here in Ohio have been more aggressive as well or changed. BUT! I don't see anything done to replace or good news of those old voting machines, the hanging chads sorta thing. Some counties still haven't fully changed over and/or they stopped(re-think) the electronic methods of screen voting or got challenged. All this yrs. after it got some voting districts into trouble.


I agree that illegal voters should be disallowed but find those actions at times more political than cleaning house. -----Willy Happy

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I've never met a person
by James Denison / June 20, 2012 4:50 AM PDT
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named "Chad" I didn't eventually want to hang. Wink

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