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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 10-23-2006, 07:17 AM Thread Starter
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Done, got the sticker. First time I can remember not voting straight republican ticket. Sad.

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Done, got the sticker. First time I can remember not voting straight republican ticket. Sad.
This election year is truly sad. It's the first time I'll go into the booth unsure of who will get my vote. I've about come to the conclusion that I hate politicians, regardless of the party they represent.

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I rarely vote straight ticket. I mostly vote Republican but there are many Democrats in local elections that cannot be labeled as liberal. Heck I think Texas law says you can kick someones ass if they call you liberal

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Voted yesterday, nearly straight Libertarian meaning I wasted most of them. It was a really tough call on Governor between Kinky and a Democrat. Hey Perry: Adios Mofo!

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post #7 of 13 (permalink) Old 10-25-2006, 11:06 AM
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There never used to be any republicans running in Texas except for the major races. Now its just the opposite.
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post #8 of 13 (permalink) Old 10-25-2006, 11:10 AM
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Goint at lunch time. Later Perry.
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Done, got the sticker. First time I can remember not voting straight republican ticket. Sad.

Well, I know I'm voting for a local Republican judge

Maybe this happens as you get older, but I really don't know exactly who to vote for.

I'm 25 and I've been voting since I was 19 (presidential election in 00) and the only Democrat I've voted for in the past was a city council member about a year ago.

This time...I'm definately not voting for Rick Perry. I can't believe I voted for him. He's done a number of things to hose me directly. I know you shouldn't vote on issues that are personal, that you should vote for the good of society. It's not just personal reasons I'm not voting for him. I don't think Chris Bell has a chance because of the independents splitting the vote, but I just want to send a message.

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There never used to be any republicans running in Texas except for the major races. Now its just the opposite.
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Well, I know I'm voting for a local Republican judge

Maybe this happens as you get older, but I really don't know exactly who to vote for.

I'm 25 and I've been voting since I was 19 (presidential election in 00) and the only Democrat I've voted for in the past was a city council member about a year ago.

This time...I'm definately not voting for Rick Perry. I can't believe I voted for him. He's done a number of things to hose me directly. I know you shouldn't vote on issues that are personal, that you should vote for the good of society. It's not just personal reasons I'm not voting for him. I don't think Chris Bell has a chance because of the independents splitting the vote, but I just want to send a message.
Last time I voted to "send a message", it was for Perot, and it allowed Clinton to take the White House. A vote for Kinky is going to insure a Perry victory...much to my dismay.

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post #13 of 13 (permalink) Old 10-25-2006, 04:54 PM
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Just incase anybody is interested, here is YCT's endorcement list. I saw Perry speak today in Denton and he's a pretty good speaker. I like what he's done on the border which is a lot more than what the feds are doing
http://www.yct.org/state/leg/publications.php?show/7

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