Discussion in 'Politics' started by Angel Heart, Apr 16, 2008.
I don't see the point. Does the guy reside in PA? If he does, and he's registered to vote --
Are we blaming him for moving, or what?
Well, I think it's more the fact that the guy voted in the primary already, while living in NJ. He recently moved to PA. Looks like he'll be getting a 2nd chance to vote for Clinton in the primary? If so... That's not OK in my book.
If he isn't registered yet, odds are that he won't be able to vote in the primary. We have cutoff dates for registration well in advance for any voting here. I would assume most states would if for nothing else to allow the information to be posted into the system.
He probably won't get to vote again until the Presidential election.
Can't blame him for wanting to leave Jersey.........
Didn't know anyone lived there. I thought it was just a place you passed through between Philly and NYC.
You're partly right. PA does happen to be one of the ones that requires you to register way before the election. How ever... There at least one that you can register on the day of the election: Maine
That's because they have no problem counting all 23 ballots.
I'm so thankful I live outside of this Portland.
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