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Now I can vote....

Yes after living here for almost 19 years this will be the first presidential election in which we can both vote since becoming citizens. Now rather than being bystanders we are participants. I cannot understand those who feel they are not part of the process and refuse to vote allowing others to determine their future without a say.

As we have seen in the past few elections every vote counts and it is important to cast your vote even if you believe the election is already determined because until the votes are counted the result is not known for sure.

So with pride, both Trudy and I voted today and we hope you took the opportunity to cast your vote, if not you still have some time as it is only 3.30 and you can still vote today till 8 pm.

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Comment balloon 9 commentsNick Vandekar, 610-203-4543 • November 04 2008 02:33PM
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