Vote twice! Once for real, and once here at Beliefnet…

In New Jersey, where I grew up, the pols used to say they wanted to be buried in Hudson County so they could continue to stay active in politics…
Not quite the same, but we at Beliefnet have our own second-stage vote, an exit poll (click here) to show folks–anonymously, natch–how our readers voted and why.
Best part–you don’t have to move to Jersey.

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Bob Nunz

posted November 4, 2008 at 5:48 pm

Gee, David, when you talk about voting from the grave, I thought maybe you meant:
-Chicago,-Rio Ariba County, NM, etc.

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David Gibson

posted November 6, 2008 at 10:04 am

In Hudson County (home to Jersey City, the Hague Machine, and “On the Waterfront”) they say “Vote early and often.”
Can Chicago be as bad? New Mexico certainly not. The Day of the Dead comes earlier!

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