Smh... im in Florida and my fam lives/voted in a predominantly white neighborhood... the lady who was working the machines was looking at my ballot claiming she was looking at the machince to make sure it was working... get yo ole wrinkle as* from next to me...
I really hope that I don't have to stand long in line. I don't think I could do it. I need to find a chair or something to take w/ me. I wish MI had early voting.
It depends on which location you go to. The one I want to had chairs in a line inside and even though the line was long it went fast. Now the other location I passed by damn had people all around the block in that hot sun. No thanks.
i will trade hot sun for the cold...i can't button my coat anymore
i'm planning on just going early and see what comes of it. if i have to leave and come back, then so be it...I'm blowing off PD to make sure I vote.
Christie orders early voting; fax, email votes accepted
By Dan Burns
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on Saturday said
he has ordered county clerks to open their offices Saturday and Sunday
to allow early voting for residents affected by superstorm Sandy.
New Jersey also announced Saturday that it will allow residents displaced by Sandy to vote by email or fax.
storm devastated the eastern part of the state, leaving at least 22
dead and more than 1 million customers still without power.
governor also said paper ballots would be made available on Election
Day, Tuesday, at polling stations that still do not have power.
also said the state will soon have more than 11,000 utility workers on
the job of restoring power. Nearly 1.3 million New Jersey electricity
customers, about one third of the state, remained without power as of
Saturday, according to the U.S. Department of Energy.
Emergency Management Agency will soon be working with those who are
likely to be long-term evacuees, many from the New Jersey shore's
hard-hit barrier islands, to find temporary housing outside of emergency
shelters, Christie said.
In a press briefing from the town of
Little Ferry, the governor also said he has ordered the natural gas
systems shut off on many of the barrier islands hit by the storm because
of the fire hazard they pose.
Meanwhile, officials announced that
registered voters can vote electronically. A resident must submit a
mail-in ballot application by fax or email to the local county clerk.
When the request is received, a ballot will be emailed or faxed back. Ballots must be returned no later than 8 p.m. Tuesday.
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