Early voting numbers

Early voting seems to be rather sparse.

1,048 votes were cast on Monday, October 21.

1,043 were cast on Tuesday, October 22.

Please ask everyone you know to vote.

We deserve better

Brutus

 

4 Responses to Early voting numbers

  1. Voting may well be more crucial today than ever before, as the elected “representatives” spend more, and care less about the tax payers whose money is so freely spent.

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  2. Ticked off taxpayer says:

    Here’s how I’m getting my neighbors out: I know you are busy, but early voting on the bond issue that will add $100 per year for at least six years to our city tax bill (meaning about $600 more by year six) is happening now and turnout is super low. The polling place is that YMCA by the post office. It literally is a five minute pit stop to vote.

    In my neighborhood that is a pretty compelling argument.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Anonymous says:

    I wish the language on the ballot was written so that it could be easier understood. If voters had confidence in what they were voting for/against more would possibly turn out.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Fed Up says:

      No they wouldn’t. Voters are too lazy to do their homework or to vote. All voters need to know about this new bond is that it says the money can be used for whatever council decides to use it for.

      Liked by 1 person

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