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The Election May Be Decided Before November 6

Celebrate Homogeneity Wrote: Oct 06, 2012 7:47 AM
I travel extensively on business. This often takes me out of my area and out of the country. I cannot juggle my schedule around that one day. I have every right to cast a ballot as does the indolent, lazy welfare queen who never steps foot away from Maury except on EBT refill days. I have every right to cast a ballot as does someone with a fixed work schedule. In short, annplato, you didn't think it through, did you?
The presidential debates start October 3 and extend to October 22. But who wins or scores in the debates will have no influence on tens of thousands of Americans who will have already cast their votes for president and are not permitted to change their minds.

In 2008, 31 percent of voters cast their ballots prior to Election Day, and the count was more than half in some battleground states. The percentage is expected to top 40 percent this year since early voting is now allowed in 32 states and began in Iowa on September 27.

In 2008, John McCain received...