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We could use a federal law that basically says, for every 500 of the population of a state, one poll worker and one voting booth must be reserved. The idea that polling places are only open for one day is not a sufficient answer. The law would allow two weeks to cast a ballot at the polling places, 24/7.

 

This should end long lines and better serve Americans hurried lifestyle.

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You should have told them you're a democrat. That would have had them laughing their asses off.

people are always laughing their asses off at liberals...oooops sorry...........PEOPLE ARE ALWAYS LAUGHING THEIR ASSES OFF AT LIBERALS....LIBERALS ARE STUPID

 

 

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We could use a federal law that basically says, for every 500 of the population of a state, one poll worker and one voting booth must be reserved. The idea that polling places are only open for one day is not a sufficient answer. The law would allow two weeks to cast a ballot at the polling places, 24/7.

 

This should end long lines and better serve Americans hurried lifestyle.

 

You would have to amend the Constitution. You know that thing you libs pretend doesn't exist.

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We could use a federal law that basically says, for every 500 of the population of a state, one poll worker and one voting booth must be reserved. The idea that polling places are only open for one day is not a sufficient answer. The law would allow two weeks to cast a ballot at the polling places, 24/7.

 

This should end long lines and better serve Americans hurried lifestyle.

And eliminate a lot of criminal con treason and election rigging.

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Only 7 states have absolutely no early voting provision. Alabama, Connecticut, Delaware, Michigan, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island. Obama took 6 of the seven in 2012. Six out of Seven states that do not allow early voting went blue.

 

I don't think there is a problem.

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Only 7 states have absolutely no early voting provision. Alabama, Connecticut, Delaware, Michigan, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island. Obama took 6 of the seven in 2012. Six out of Seven states that do not allow early voting went blue.

 

I don't think there is a problem.

 

They just want more time to cheat. That's it

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I think it would have to be amended if we wanted to set a specific ratio of voting booths/poll workers to population, along the lines of representatives per population. We already have early voting and no amendment to the constitution was required.

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You should have told them you're a democrat. That would have had them laughing their asses off.

 

I handed the lady my voter registration card it says in registered democrat

 

 

She said I need one if these photo ids

 

 

I pulled out my military id

 

 

 

She stared at my hilkary killed my friends T-shirt

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