Tactics and Substance in the 2004 Elections GoogleNews: Howard Dean

November 2, 2004

by V

Virginia voting heavy

The Blogging of the President: Virginia Report: Lines out the doorway @ 6:20am
Shaula Evans: When we arrived at our polling place at 6:20 a.m. here in Richmond, Virginia, the lines stretched out the doorway and at least a hundred people were waiting to vote. Despite the wait, people were joking, happy, and excited. A gentleman in front of us said in his personal history of voting here, he has never seen anything like it. And there were young people waiting in line.

1. Vote Early.
2. Bring ID. Lots of it.
3. Bring a book, and maybe a snack.
4. At the end of the day, fight for your right to vote and make sure you don't get turned away if you are in line when the polls close.

Expect LOTS OF QUEUING today.

Update: Lines doubled to approx 200 by 7:00 a.m. and election officers started opening up reserve voting machines.
Turnout, turnout, turnout.

What if Virginia turns blue? That would be something...
Posted by V at November 2, 2004 09:40 AM

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