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  1. #1 The quiet rebellion of early voting 
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    edhopper (25,740 posts)

    The quiet rebellion of early voting

    There is a large increase in early voting this year. And it leans Democratic. The big reason for this is that voters don't trust Trump not to go full Papa Doc/Mubarak and try to crush the vote on election day. It is a clear protest around the country that people still believe in Democracy but they do not believe the President does. They are making sure their fucking vote counts!




    (I also think the early Repugs voting also don't trust the Mango Mussolini to not screw with voting. Not they they will care if he steals the election again)


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    I wonder how many of those Democrat voters voted for Trump because they know that voting Democrat these days means autocratic governmental tyranny. Democrats are socialist.

    They are so sure that they are all voting for Biden.

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    1. I think a lot of that early R vote is for Biden.

    A lot of Rs are ready to have him GONE!
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    Just about every State is hosting Trump-rallies now... without Trump being there.

    That might be the biggest takeaway from winning The White House again.
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    I've heard that the early voting has had a surprisingly high Republican turn out.
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    I voted yesterday, mainly because I figured that it'll take less time doing it that way, as I could imagine the lines on Election Day will be unbearable.
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    I plan to vote tomorrow or Thursday. It shall be done!
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    Oh please...

    There is a large increase in early voting this year. And it leans Democratic.
    Your party spent a good part of the summer trying to scare the hell out of everyone so you could force a nationwide vote by mail scheme through, telling your base if they vote in person they would die.

    While the Right spent it telling their base don't trust vote by mail.

    And you think a large turnout of Dems early on in absentee returns is clear signs of a Biden win?
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