2012 General Election Early Voting Totals
More than one-third of the early votes cast in the first two days of early voting in Hillsborough County have been cast in the southeastern part of the county, according to figures released from the Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections Office.
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#1 Nov 4, 2012
Someone once told me in a prior election, "One must vote their conscience." I replied by saying, "One must vote." In the 2012 general election it doesn't matter whether you vote your conscience or merely vote, because both candidates virtually tout the same ideology. There are slight differences in approach to foreign policy, but aside from this, their strategy in terms of public policy is about the same. Governor Mitt Romney said he would create 12 million jobs, the first year in office. Any fool knows this is wishful thinking. In fact it's a fool who thinks such things, when the business cycle is a self-willed entity and responds only to human nurturing not human demands. President Obama on the other hand, took the road toward reducing the threat of terrorism to American citizens once in office in 2009. It might have been, politically, the wrong decision for the country at the time, but it's to late for that at this point. However, if reelected, his first priority should be to the American people and the economy above all else. This I believe is what he will do politically... in spite of the opposition's continued efforts to stonewall. Moreover, and according to the bureau of labor statistics, the economy is slowing healing from its terrible assault of corporate and financial corruption, fraud, and deception, spearheaded by the banking industry during the Bush administration. We as dedicated and strong-willed Americans have got to hold on. We have got to accept that neither candidate for the Presidency is a magician, but a man. That the American economy will rebound... but... like a recovering victim of some traumatic post-surgical operation, there's a healing process which in most instances always comes first. If we yield to this principle, time will turn America's dire circumstances, completely around and on the road to prosperity once again.
#2 Nov 4, 2012
I don't see how you can say both candidate's ideology is the same.
Obama is blatently socialist and is an incompetant boob at best. This has been proven by his miserable record in office for the last 4 years.
Romney is Pro-America, Pro Business, and is a sucessful businessman.
You are no doubt a misguided Obama supporter trying to discourage the uninformed from voting for the best choice: Romney!
#3 Mar 10, 2014
I am not from the south, stupid, I am from Cincinnati, Ohio. I loathe Kentucky.
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