Vote: It is good for the environment.
Vote: There might be cookies.
Vote: Kids love voting booths.
Vote: You will feel better about yourself.
Vote: And take the stairs. The extra steps will add years to your life.
Vote: Make sure your neighbor is voting too (even if they cancel your vote).
Vote: Your school may need the money.
Vote: It is your duty as part of this great nation.
Vote: Whoever wins, tomorrow is a new day.
Vote: The grass is always greener on the other side of the polling place.
Vote: You could meet that special someone while standing in line.
Vote: And be nice to the poll workers. That could be you someday.
Vote: Be informed and make a difference.

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  1. #97 at ward 10 in Lax this morning. I don’t think I’ve talked to anyone who isn’t voting. Everyone sitting around me at work has either voted already or plans on it!

  2. I clicked in at 1,868 when I went after work (around 4:45). I was expecting I would be around 1,600. According to the 2000 census, Columbus has a total population of 4,479, with 26% under 18. That means there are 3,314 eligible voters. Doing the math, that puts Columbus at 56.3% of the population voting, with over three hours left to vote at that time. I wonder what the final count was.

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