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If you vote straight ticket. That should be instaban from the Huddle.

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tensor glad you are on that about pittenger. to me, that is so disgusting and has gone on for too long in nc. i say ANYtime a road etc is being tossed out, then if there is any part of collusion or another conflict of interest, that junk needs to be made public.

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If I could vote a straight libertarian ticket, I likely would. That said, this year it was 2 libertarians, 10 republicans, 3 democrats and the rest non-affiliated

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I've found this to help me get started the past few elections: http://www.ncvoterguide.org/

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I know I'm voting Larry Kissell.

I'm not a big fan of Pat McCrory since he's just another politician eager to spend other people's money. I like Barbara Howe, but lets face it, I'd be wasting a vote on her. Does Walter Dalton even have an agenda other than the cliches about community colleges?

Dan Forest seems a good pick for Lt. Governor. If this were any other election and the economy wasn't #1 on my mind, I would vote Linda Coleman for education reform.

As far as president, the thought of Obama or Romney sickens me. But I'd be wasting a vote on Gary Johnson.

...this is why I didn't vote early. Of the 4 important elections, I'm only decided on 2.

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The same day as the Dem primary? Or are you saying the gubernatiorial race, for example, doesn't matter?

um there was one significant difference between the two primaries that might have affected turnout just a little

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I voted mostly Republican for the federal and state offices. Only exception to that was that I didn't vote for Virginia Foxx in the congressional district because I think she is a fool. Didn't vote for her opponent either, just skipped that portion of the ballot. Voted for a couple of democrats in the local elections, and one libertarian, one democrat, and one republican for county commissioner.

IMO, the local elections have a greater impact on me than the national ones anyway.

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um there was one significant difference between the two primaries that might have affected turnout just a little

Laziness?

Apathy?

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I voted mostly Republican for the federal and state offices. Only exception to that was that I didn't vote for Virginia Foxx in the congressional district because I think she is a fool. Didn't vote for her opponent either, just skipped that portion of the ballot. Voted for a couple of democrats in the local elections, and one libertarian, one democrat, and one republican for county commissioner.

IMO, the local elections have a greater impact on me than the national ones anyway.

her radio ads are hilariously bad.

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just dropped in to say I voted straight ticket and Obama

COME AT ME BROS

I am going to go ahead and say not a single person is surprised by that....

You are a narrow minded fool.

I didn't even vote a straight ticket.

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just dropped in to say I voted straight ticket and Obama

COME AT ME BROS

can yoiu put yourself on ignore?

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