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Adam Loehr Nov 6
Voting for today. Sick of the
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Jessica Layton Nov 6
“Mommy you need to be 18 to vote. Are you 18?” -My 4 year old.
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Christopher Smith Nov 6
It’s not too late. Polls are open until 8pm in Minnesota.
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DJ Kobe Nov 6
Don't silence yourself today
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A. E. F. International Airport Nov 6
Someone just emailed me and said that because of the voting booth I set up on campus they voted today 😢😢😭😭😩
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Meredith Gunder Nov 6
Shoutout to and my chief for letting me duck out of the hospital early and go vote today! We may be busy but we have our priorities right!
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Catholic News Service 17h
Are you looking forward to ?? Retweet and help us
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Melissa Vassenelli Nov 6
Just curious... What if voting in the most recent election was a requirement in order to file for/ receive a yearly tax refund... what kind of impact would that have on ??
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Darlene Hope 22h
That time I volunteered w/ & to and had a BLAST, plus was able to treat fam to the show, plus they sent me a gift bag w/ Wicked Broadway goodies! Check out my cap & this dope @inglot_usa Wicked LipSatin!
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Indivisible 49 🗳 Nov 6
It’s not over until the polls close. Have you voted yet?
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ALA CA Girls State Nov 6
A woman’s place is in the house . . . ...and the Senate. And the voting booth.
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SapphicScholar Nov 6
Even though he's a little too young to vote himself, this good boy walked a whole mile to the polls with his moms and cheered on everyone else heading in to
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Carolyn's RV Life Nov 6
If you see a polling place in your neighborhood with long lines and you have the time, deliver them food, beverages, hold their place for bathroom breaks, offer to call their employer to tell them they'll be late . Do whatever it takes to and
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Mira Sorvino Nov 6
Thank you to all the tireless people who have been working to it is an honor as Americans to do our civic duty and make this country the best it can be!
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Alex Thelonius Monk Nov 15
Congratulations on another win and your continued excellence in representing the nation and the state of Washington. I am officially writing my Senator to propose (or for you to propose) a National Holiday for Voting Day.
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Pratyus Patnaik Nov 6
I cannot vote in the US yet, the country where I live and pay taxes. Please today! You are also voting for those of us who can’t.
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olivia || minncon Nov 6
I voted by mail and I didn’t get a sticker, so I made my own. 💙💙💙
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Carrie Preston Nov 6
Proud to have exercised my civic duty!
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Randy Felsenthal Nov 19
Make a choice. What is the greater threat to the American electoral process: voter fraud or voter suppression? Those who suppress cannot in good conscience call themselves patriots.
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Logans Dad Nov 6
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