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I voted early

Last Monday, I voted early for the first time in my life (probably because we didn’t have early voting in New York before now. That would explain it.) I am reminded to pass on that indisputable fact by the multiple … Continue reading

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Mail-in or polling place voting? The choice carries both political and a-political messages

As the election results came in, I was initially anxious. After a while, though, I found my mood shifting to the way I watch a football game — a very very very long game with many many many overtime periods. … Continue reading

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What voting means to me: camraderie and cupcakes

That’s what I missed when I voted by mail a month ago. My precinct is in an elementary school and the kids cover tables near the entrance with sweet stuff, which they sell for maybe a dollar. I always go … Continue reading

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