Election Day In Metro Detroit: Get Ou...

Election Day In Metro Detroit: Get Out There And Vote

There are 7 comments on the CBS Local story from Aug 6, 2013, titled Election Day In Metro Detroit: Get Out There And Vote. In it, CBS Local reports that:

This year, all eyes will be on Detroit, where voters will have 16 mayoral candidates and more than 50 city council candidates to choose from.

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Since: Mar 12

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#1 Aug 6, 2013
Yeah because we see how great a job voting does...LMAO!

“bark at the moon”

Since: Jun 13

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#3 Aug 6, 2013
I'm voting for that man with a proven track record...the man with impeccable integrity. The one and only ...the mild mannered and most honest barber ...Mike Dugion.

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#4 Aug 6, 2013
People should stop voting altogether and demand an end to politicians. A better system would be one that is governed by the people for the people. If anything, take the politician out of the equation and just have people vote every month on real issues related to their city or state. Imagine the billions you would save by not having to pay the politicians salaries. Let's get rid of all the prisons too, that could save billions as well. Have a three tier criminal system, level 3 are put to death immediately. Level 1 go off with a warning, level 2 put them to work breaking rocks and mandatory rehabilitation. Any crime where they intentionally killed, raped, molested somebody, immediate death sentence.
Professor

Buffalo, NY

#5 Aug 6, 2013
_MoonDog_ wrote:
I'm voting for that man with a proven track record...the man with impeccable integrity. The one and only ...the mild mannered and most honest barber ...Mike Dugion.
Then you better learn how to spell his name, genius.

The barber is named Mike Dugeon.

Hope that helps.
Poleman

Dallas, TX

#6 Aug 6, 2013
Write-in leads Benny at 9:30PM.
But that write-in includes all the write-ins.
kev

Buffalo, NY

#7 Aug 6, 2013
I love how they try to make things seem reasonable. 74 cents a day is $270. Yearly. I remember when magazine subscriptions would quote monthly prices. Then to make it seem more reasonable they started quoting weekly prices years later.what do they take us fer up here? Taxes, taxes taxes. A bottomless pit. Where does it end for people trying to scrape to make ends meet? Now we have sales gimmicks
Devon

Anaheim, CA

#8 Aug 7, 2013
kev wrote:
I love how they try to make things seem reasonable. 74 cents a day is $270. Yearly. I remember when magazine subscriptions would quote monthly prices. Then to make it seem more reasonable they started quoting weekly prices years later.what do they take us fer up here? Taxes, taxes taxes. A bottomless pit. Where does it end for people trying to scrape to make ends meet? Now we have sales gimmicks
How much are they soaking you for Ranger Rick these days?

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