Friday, October 9, 2020

A Little Voting

 Gentle Friends, we got our ballots in the mail the other day...

... then voted yesterday and...

... will drive down to drop it off at the Department of Elections... 

We've been getting our Ballots and voting through the mail for well over 20 years and never had a problem... didn't expect one this year no matter how some officials tried to screw up a system that works....  oh well, I always vote and encourage everyone to get out and Vote!

That's about it for today's sports fans.  We've got some blue skies today, the first time in a couple of weeks so things here by the Bay are looking up!!  Thanks for stopping by do stop again. Stay Safe!

Good Thoughts! Good Words! Good Deeds!


  1. We vote pretty much by mail in WA too. It does seem to work ok up here. So far though we don't have our ballots. I'm sure they are coming soon. Just started Coming to America!

  2. My 93 year old mom voted by mail, but although my husband and I have our mail-in ballots, we are going to head over to a local early voting center. Our mail has been weird lately so I am not sure it is safe this year even though we have voted that way before when necessary. It is usually only for extenuating circumstances in NY. Glad you voted!

  3. Good for you!! I have always preferred in-person voting...but my polling place is 5 minutes from an old abandoned school....with never any more that 4 or 5 people (including the election workers) in the entire place at one time LOL. Glad to hear the air and skies are clearing. ~Robin~

  4. Dearest Edgar: Wonderful, in this day of covid we need to not get out much.


  5. We voted by mail from Canada (we are US citizens) a couple weeks ago. Many are surprised to hear that US citizens who live abroad—even for their entire lives— still have to file and pay taxes every year. So we are financially and emotionally invested!

  6. I got my ballot yesterday (RI), will for first time vote by mail. Actually will drop off at city hall not mail. Less of a burden on post office.

  7. We voted early and in person. It was easy peasy and we were in and out in less than 15 minutes. Regardless which side of the "fence" people are, I always encourage those to get out and vote (either in person or by absentee ballot). Happy weekend, Edgar!


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