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Exit Poll

Exit Poll, How'd you vote?   75 members have voted

  1. 1. Governor

    • Devos
      35
    • Granholm
      40
  2. 2. Proposal 2 - Affirmative Action Ban

    • Yes
      33
    • No
      41
  3. 3. Proposal 4 - Eminent Domain Prohibition

    • Yes
      41
    • No
      33
  4. 4. Proposal 5 - Mandatory School Funding

    • Yes
      20
    • No
      54
    • 0

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Try this again with the added proposals (per the group).

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Have you noticed that you can only vote your choice on one proposal?

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It seemed to register all my choices for Governor/Proposals. I started a thread on Prop 4 because I was on the fence. But in the end I will vote against it.

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What's amazing to me...hanging out with a certain political party for the last few months, I did not need a cheat sheet for my absentee ballot. In fact, I have met most of the candidates. (Had to look up info only on the school funding proposal.) I highly recommend absentee voting!

Last night, at the street celebration thrown by said party, various folks were distributing stickers to wear and signs to hold. I kept saying, "I already voted for [candidate]." The Supreme Court one thanked me profusely.

Can't help but wonder what the party would have been like for The Others. Ours was rockin' and bluesing and Motowning.

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Sorry, but this poll is faulty.... :) I voted for a 3rd party candidate for Govenor...since I couldn't not vote for one in this poll, I picked DeVos...

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This was originally a mini rant about Prop 5, but I re-read the thread and will keep my rant to myself for the time being.

*fish

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eminent domain is still high against the proposal. that really scares me.

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eminent domain is still high for people for it. that really scares me.

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Any comments should ONLY include any candidates not listed or votes for Props 1 or 3, or polling questions.

4 months of campaigning is PLENTY.

Thank you

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I want to reply that those are actual results, not exit poll results, but I'm scared I might get whacked with the banstick.

Oh well... :whistling:

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A question from an outsider to Michigan voting. Does Michigan use e-Voting machines and are they of the type that gives one a warm feel their vote was actually counted?

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A question from an outsider to Michigan voting. Does Michigan use e-Voting machines and are they of the type that gives one a warm feel their vote was actually counted?

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I filled in some circles on a piece of paper with an ink pen. I fed that paper into a machine. The total on the digital readout went from 88 to 89. Is that e-voting?

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They are all zeros. No one will report until after the polls close.

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There were no electronic voting machines at either polling location I went to. The first was on Jefferson, but I was told I had to vote down on Franklin even though my voting location was on Jefferson 2 years ago. I still haven't updated my registration to my new address.

I voted Libertarian for all the university trustees for 2 reasons: 1) I have no idea who the candidates are so it would be slightly uninformed to vote for anybody, and 2) the Libertarians won't win so my vote is essentially a non-vote but it does support my general Libertarian (liberal in the classical sense, like both Republicans and Democrats claim to be but aren't) leanings. In elections that matter I tend to vote Republican out of practicality, though I did vote for Michael Sak (a Democrat) for state representative.

-nb

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I filled in some circles on a piece of paper with an ink pen. I fed that paper into a machine. The total on the digital readout went from 88 to 89. Is that e-voting?

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I filled in some circles on a piece of paper with an ink pen. I fed that paper into a machine. The total on the digital readout went from 88 to 89. Is that e-voting?

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Fill in circles in Byron. Fill in lines last time.

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