Sunday, October 28, 2012

Early Voting Continues

Normally, I would be posting every day, all week about getting out to vote, but man, the turnout has been fantastic so far!

But that doesn't mean now is the time to get complacent.

Please make sure that your friends and family have voted.  There are some great candidates who deserve your vote.

Go vote for Mike Anderson, Kristin Guiney, Brad Hart, Ryan Patrick, Brock Thomas, Mark Ellis and David Mendoza!

The choices are clear, so get out there and make your voice heard.

Early voting runs from 7 to 7 at all available locations this week.  On Friday, it ends and you'll have to wait until Tuesday.

During this week, you can vote at any location.  On Election Day, you can only vote at your designated polling place.

Don't risk getting sidetracked and missing your opportunity vote.

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Last Chance to order a Mail Ballot: If you have an over-65 friend or relative or a college student who needs to vote by mail, the deadline is here. The application must be received (not postmarked) in the county clerk's office by this Tues., Oct. 30th. Have them go to Harrisvotes.com, fill out the form, print it, and fax it in. It probably won't get there in time if it is mailed. Warn them that, when their ballot comes, they will have to vote and mail it immediately in order to get it in in time to count. Parents of college students: this means you will have to pay close attention and nag till each step is done. Naturally, if you think your college student will vote the wrong way, don't bother to tell them any of this.

Anonymous said...

Again, you forgot to mention Mark Bennett!

Not Mark Bennett

Anonymous said...

There is a good snapshot of the numbers and how they breakdown at each voting location on http://www.bigjollypolitics.com/

Anonymous said...

Mark Bennett had some very ugly comments on his blog and on this blog. I did not vote for him. He should of used his brain before his mouth overloaded his ass. The sad thing is I would have voted for anyone but him. At least there was a good candidate running against him.

Scott C. Pope said...

"Naturally, if you think your college student will vote the wrong way, don't bother to tell them any of this."

Stop all the ballots for "Parent of the Year." We have a winner.
WTF?

Anonymous said...

Hey 1:23, Mark Bennett doesn't lean towards popularity, he speaks his mind and stands up for what is right and then stands behind it. Yeah, we wouldn't want to vote for that now would we?

Anonymous said...

he speaks his mind and stands up for what is right and then stands behind it.

Well, when I told him to put his money where his mouth is when it came to the ethical violations he claimed to have witnessed, he banned me from commenting on his site.

And then he calls Kennedy out for not "naming names?"

If that's standing behind it, it must be waaaaaayyyyyyyyy behind.

Rage

Anonymous said...

Is anyone gonna post the weightlifting video on youtube? Please!!!

Anonymous said...

Don't forget to vote for Renee Magee for the 337th!!!!!!!! I can't believe you left her out; she is one of the most qualified candidates we have on the ballet.

Anonymous said...

she is one of the most qualified candidates we have on the ballet.

In his defense, Murray is more of a square dancing type of guy.

Rage

Anonymous said...

Renee is one of the best---the other so called judge needs to go

Anonymous said...

Make sure there is enough postage on any mail ballot you might send in. Seems obvious enough but we ave had reports of some being returned to voters due to postage.

Looks like there will be some voters crossing over to vote for Garcia for Sheriff. Gutherie should have never taken the titty bar contributions.

Anonymous said...

Choices are clear? not the slightest bit biased, are we?

Anonymous said...

This democrat crossed over to vote for Renee. She's an incredible person and attorney. Please people, do not straight ticket vote. We don't need a sheriff who accepted donations from titty bar owners, and thus drug dealers, pimps and dancers (who may or may not be victimized.)