Voters encountered few obstacles

  • Article by: Staff Report
  • Updated: November 4, 2008 - 9:49 PM

Turnout appeared to be heavy today, and voters have encountered few obstacles to making their picks throughout the Twin Cities.

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kirby96Nov. 4, 08 8:07 AM

in a landslide. First time they've voted Democrat since 1968. OVER!

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pwcgoldfishNov. 4, 08 8:10 AM

Remember, people are afraid to speak and make sure you are not in a line because there is a line...the A-L line always is long and go out the main door....don't get suckered into thinking it is your line. Pay attention and don't waste time because you "just got in a line"

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trankinNov. 4, 08 8:10 AM

This is history in the making, I really believe we are going to have our first African AMERICAN President. What was really weird to me is that I have been receiving alot of information from the Obama Camp on where to vote and times among other various information and I have not recieved anything from the McCain Camp. Where are his troops at? Does he really care?

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marpalleclNov. 4, 08 8:17 AM

then no one else needs to vote today. Alright, I love this. Everyone appears to already be adjusting to a new administration and staying home as a dependent of the government. I love it, no more traffic delays as everyone will be home, thank you "Lord Obama".

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takebackusaNov. 4, 08 8:24 AM

He's lucky he's not up for un-election. Would be nice to rid us of all the weasels that hold us back. Go Obama! Go Madia! Go Franken! Go USA!!!

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rickddNov. 4, 08 8:26 AM

Reading the first paragraph, am I mistaken that the author may be biased for a certain candidate?

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SuperFliPilotGuyNov. 4, 08 8:29 AM

Staff report could have added something about McCain... but I guess it's the liberal media at its best - I'll stick to the Pioneer Press. "Minnesotans joined voters across the nation and queued up before dawn to cast their votes in a presidential election that could put the first black in the Oval Office" - Star Tribune

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cpunksNov. 4, 08 8:30 AM

"Minnesotans joined voters across the nation and queued up before dawn to cast their votes in a presidential election that could put the first BLACK in the Oval Office" (Capital letters are mine to show emphasis). The first "black"? How racist.

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lynnhurstNov. 4, 08 8:45 AM

The lines to vote this morning could have been a lot longer, but thanks to the high unemployment rate, a lot of people can wait until mid-morning to vote.

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lephilayaNov. 4, 08 8:46 AM

It's been too long. Two years to be exact. I don't care who wins anymore. I just want my TV back with no political commercials. The whole negative ads on both sides make me sick. Hopefully this will be the start of a third party. God knows we need one!

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