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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 & Trudy Vandekar, 610-203-4543 • November 04 2008 02:33PM

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Congrats - it amazes me how many people do not go and vote. I consider it my permission slip to complain if thing go wrong. At least I took an active role!

Posted by Richard Shuman, Real Estate Broker - Orlando Area - Love Referrals (The Only B.S. I Have is from the University of Massachusetts) almost 10 years ago

Congratulations on exercising your right to vote.  I hope you enjoyed your day!!!

Posted by Lewis Beynon, Triangle Real Estate 411 (Norris Team of Century 21 Triangle Group) almost 10 years ago

Congratulations. I consider it my Christain duty to go out and vote. Headed there after work.

Posted by Keith Martin (Re/Max Premier Executives) almost 10 years ago

gratz!  SUch an odd, heated election to jump into first!  Glad you did your DEMOCRATIC DUTY...without people turning out to vote a DEMOCRACY means little.

Posted by Ron Tarvin, Broker, Katy, Houston, Cypress 77450,77494,77095 (Residential, Investment properties, rehab projects, property management, luxury homes, new construction!) almost 10 years ago

Congratulations on your 1st of many voting experiences! I have always believed if you don't vote, you can't engage in political conversation. Since I like having a say and participating in conversation, I have always voted. I think the most important part of this election is what we as AMERICANS do after it's over to make sure our elected officials do what we need them to. Communication from the populous up is esential!

Posted by Scott Geary, Your Pennsylvania Mortgage Source (Infinity Home Mortgage Company Inc) almost 10 years ago

Trudy was so keen she was lining up as the polls opened this morning. Her only problem was finding somewhere to park. I went a little later but it was no better, very large turnout, people were saying they have never seen so many people voting in our precinct. I would not consider not voting, as many of you said it is a democratic duty. With a son who has fought overseas for others to have the right to a democracy how can you not vote.

Posted by Nick & Trudy Vandekar, 610-203-4543, Tredyffrin Easttown Realtors, Philly Main Line (Long & Foster Real Estate Inc 610-225-7400) almost 10 years ago

Wow!  Sounds like you have just become a U.S. citizen...Congratulations and welcome!  You have lawfully achieved and realized what countless citizens around the world have only dreamed about.  My hat's off to you and congratulations on your first vote!  I wish that all Americans recognized (as you do) that their ability to vote is truly a privilege.  You have my sincere best wishes! 

Posted by Shannon Ziccardi, A+ Mobile Notary/"A Quick Note" (A+ Mobile Notary / "A Quick Note") almost 10 years ago

Welcome to the Great Experiment! It is said that Democracy is the worst form of government...except for all the rest. I encourage you to make this the first of many elections in which you join all citizens of our nation and reaffirm our commitment to Democracy.

Posted by Michael Dailey (Keller Williams Realty) almost 10 years ago

God bless you guys.... I am sure it was a PROUD moment to see each other casting your decisions for our elected officials......

I luv ya guys!!!

=-)

Posted by Alexander Harb, Dallas, Texas Real Estate Investing (Knights Investing) almost 10 years ago

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