Super Tuesday....

@dayzz25 (552)
United States
February 5, 2008 1:00pm CST
If you don't vote on Super Tuesday can you still vote in November? The weather is crappy today and I don't really want to get out to vote but I don't want to miss my chance all together for the new president. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Have a great day.
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@SukiSmiles (1998)
• United States
5 Feb 08
Of course you can still vote in November. These are the primaries, so if there is a particular person you want to be voting on in November from your political party, you should go out and vote today to make sure your vote gets counted for your canidate. If you don't care or think your person is a shoe-in, then don't go out and stay warm.
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@dayzz25 (552)
• United States
6 Feb 08
Thanks for the great advice. I did get out and vote....even though I got poured on. Did you make it to vote? Was the weather nasty? Have a great day.
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• United States
6 Feb 08
Hey good job! I can't believe that after I replied to your post, I got busy doing things around the house, then I had to get my kids, get ready for a presentation, and then I had to go to a mixer. While I was at the mixer I noticed people had "I voted" stickers on and felt so stupid. I had completely forgot to go and vote after all that. I had friends calling me later asking if I had done my civic duty. I couldn't believe that I forgot!
@Adoniah (7515)
• United States
5 Feb 08
As long as your registration is current, of course you can vote in November. But, you should try to vote today. Help weed out the riff raff so to speak. Every vote helps! Shalom
@dayzz25 (552)
• United States
5 Feb 08
Thanks for your answer. Hopefully it will quit raining and I will get to go vote. Have a great day.
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• United States
5 Feb 08
Just make sure your voter card is current and you can vote in November. I think the weather is crappy everywhere today. Stay in the house, you aren't going to miss anything.
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@mamakat (321)
• United States
7 Feb 08
Hey there! I'm obviously behind the times here and didn't get to respond yesterday. I just wanted to say how glad I was to read that you did make it out to vote yesterday. I personally think it's just as important to vote in the primaries as it is the actual election. If you don't get out there and voice your opinion on primary day, there is the great chance that the candidate you would have preferred to be on the ticket doesn't make it. Even though two (or three people, as the case seems to be on both the Rep. and Dem. sides this year) are from the same party, they can have completely different stands on the major issues of the day. Much better to get out there and get the person on the ticket who leans more toward where you stand on the issues than to risk a lesser-qualified candidate getting the nod. Here's to a great turnout in the rest of the primaries and on voting day in November, and that the best person for the position (and America) wins. :-)