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I requested my mail ballot on July 7 using the county clerk's website. My request was acknowledged on July 20. Ballots were supposed to start going out on September 24. Absolutely no information is going out about ballot status, no one answers the phone, nothing is on the website, nada, zip, zilch. I am losing confidence that this process will work, as I am in suburban Cook County, which plays second fiddle to Chicago. I suspect the clerk's office was overwhelmed and instead of admitting it, is evading accountability. Truthfully, I'm not surprised, as county government is a shitshow. So, I've decided to suit up and go to the county courthouse on the first day of early voting, Oct. 7, and get it over with, I'm tired of worrying about it. I have never been stressed about voting and at 65 I have voted many a time. But even if I have to crawl up those courthouse steps, I will not allow myself to be disenfranchised. There is too much at stake, the very soul of this nation. I feel badly for those who cannot physically go to the polls, as their voices may not be heard. I'm wondering how's it going in your various locations? I'm thinking maybe the process works better in less populated, more experienced areas.
If she had her way , I wouldn't have the right to participate in elections . Not only does she undermine a woman's right to choose , in regards to the reproduction of her body , she also now undermines my right to choose , as it pertains to the body politic . https://www.patheos.com/blogs/progressivesecularhumanist/2020/08/rnc-speaker-supports-household-voting-one-vote-per-family-man-decides/?fbclid=IwAR2aPItuGDvI79kiUDyMQ9xkNJLLRVvEkacCIC4zUpW3b_rxoA1RUlmeUP8
All the Maxwells voted today. Sarah reminds us that people died for our freedom and that we should vote. She also tells us to vote for pro-life candidates. Kiss my ass Sarah. Oh and there are going to be two new books coming out for Christmas. Sarah you should thank the people who died for your parents freedom to give you and your brothers and sisters a shitty education.
Mom Munck has posted about the first time Elizabeth exercises her right to vote. muncksquiver.blogspot.com/ Possibly the only time she will vote for her choice, rather than soon-to-be-hubby Joseph's. Or, do you think she asked his or her father's opinion? I think it was once common for a wife to follow her husband's lead in voting decisions. I know my mother did so as a young married woman in the '50s.