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November 02, 2004

Voting in Washington So Far

Natasha over at Pacific Views reports that:

...you'll be glad to know that virtually nothing newsworthy is happening during our election here so far. At least, nothing confirmable. The Secretary of State's office, as well as the state Republican and Democratic Parties all agree that things are going well. The worst thing so far is minor complaints called in to Republican party headquarters about poor lighting or difficulty reading ballots.

Just saw some pro-Kerry folks marching [celebrating? -Ed.] down Third Avenue in downtown Seattle. We're feeling pretty good here ourselves.

If you're concered about any election problems nationally, check out Election Protection's election day updates.

Posted by Jon Stahl on November 2, 2004 at 04:17 PM in Candidate Races | Permalink


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