Complaints about voter IDs, ballots, long lines in US election

Nov 6, 2012 Full story: Reuters 225

Sporadic complaints about voting procedures surfaced from Pennsylvania to Florida on Tuesday, while long lines in many states posed their own challenges in what could be one of the closest presidential elections in U.S. history.

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pogue mahone

Southampton, NY

#1 Nov 6, 2012
Volume of complaints surely to rise when Obama loses.
See the Light

El Paso, TX

#2 Nov 6, 2012
More intimidation from Democrats
Cat74

Barrington, IL

#3 Nov 6, 2012
I vote is a small precinct, but there were lines most of the morning. Some one is getting a landslide. There is a lot of unemployment around here so I doubt it is Obama in this town. There aren't that many Democrats in Will county.

“Truth to Power!”

Since: Apr 07

Wake Forest, NC

#4 Nov 6, 2012


Obama's first election was won by him kicking everyone off the ballot. Even the incumbent. Obama is that much of a Low Life.

Nothing has changed. Obama still is Pure Filth and would pimp his grandmother out for a vote.


It's time to get rid of such a Divisive POS like Obama and inaugurate a proven Bi-partisan Leader in Mitt Romney.

He's FOR America while Obama is FOR HIMSELF.


Just think, Obama actually equates voting to REVENGE! What Filth!

“Truth to Power!”

Since: Apr 07

Wake Forest, NC

#5 Nov 6, 2012
The president had a unique opportunity to focus on overarching issues of importance to whites and blacks. He has failed to address the critical challenges. He has not used his bully pulpit to emphasize the importance of racial unity and the common interest of poor whites and blacks who need training, job opportunities, and the possibility of realizing the American Dream. He hasn't done enough to address youth unemployment—which in the white community is 23.2% and in the black community is 39.9%.

Mr. Obama has also cynically divided the country on class lines. He has taken to playing the populist card time and time again. He bashes Wall Street and insurance companies whenever convenient to advance his programs, yet he has been eager to accept campaign contributions and negotiate with these very same banks and corporations behind closed doors in order to advance his political agenda.

Finally, President Obama also exacerbated partisan division, and he has made it clear that he intends to demonize the Republicans and former President George W. Bush in the fall campaign. In April, the Democratic National Committee released a video in which the president directly addressed his divide-and-conquer campaign strategy, with an appeal to: "young people, African-Americans, Latinos, and women who powered our victory in 2008 [to] stand together once again."

President Obama's divisive approach to governance has weakened us as a people and paralyzed our political culture. Meanwhile, the Republican leadership has failed to put forth an agenda that is more positive, unifying or inclusive. We are stronger when we debate issues and purpose, and we are all weaker when we divide by race and class. We will pay a price for this type of politics.

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB1000142405274...

“Truth to Power!”

Since: Apr 07

Wake Forest, NC

#6 Nov 6, 2012
Cat74 wrote:
I vote is a small precinct, but there were lines most of the morning. Some one is getting a landslide. There is a lot of unemployment around here so I doubt it is Obama in this town. There aren't that many Democrats in Will county.



Idiot Obama’s still trying to fire up the base when he ought to be wooing the center and speaking their calm centrist talk. His crowds haven’t been big. His people have struggled to fill various venues. This must hurt the president after the trememdous, stupendous crowds of ’08.“Voting’s the best revenge”—revenge against who, and for what? This is not a man who feels himself on the verge of a grand victory. His campaign doesn’t seem president-sized. It is small and sad and lost, driven by formidable will and zero joy.

I suspect both Romney and Obama have a sense of what’s coming, and it’s part of why Romney looks so peaceful and Obama so roiled.
Ralph

Coleman, MI

#7 Nov 6, 2012
Cat74 wrote:
I vote is a small precinct, but there were lines most of the morning. Some one is getting a landslide. There is a lot of unemployment around here so I doubt it is Obama in this town. There aren't that many Democrats in Will county.
Same here. I never before had to wait in line. This time I waited for twenty minutes to cast my vote. Not an obot in site either. It's looking good for Mitt.

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#8 Nov 6, 2012
Flash: MORE GOOD NEWS……INITIAL NUMBERS FROM HAMILTON AND BUTLER COUNTY OHIO………both counties are performing at 2010 and exceeding 2004 numbers that went to Bush, obama’s numbers are down by thousands of votes that were projected by a lying MSM using the 2008 model that all knew was unrealistic.

Stephanie Cutter, liberal hack, is telling liberals don't be too shook up by early exit polls.........

I guess she means they will really get shook, when the working people get off work and vote against redistribution of their wealth.

Since: Oct 08

Alpharetta, GA

#9 Nov 6, 2012
I waited in the cold, windy, rain for about 20 minutes before the line got indoors...I wouldn't do it for just anybody, but for the chance to vote against obama, it was worth the wait.
Aria

Canyon Lake, TX

#10 Nov 6, 2012
I don't hear any whites complaining.

“Truth to Power!”

Since: Apr 07

Wake Forest, NC

#11 Nov 6, 2012
inbred Genius wrote:
I waited in the cold, windy, rain for about 20 minutes before the line got indoors...I wouldn't do it for just anybody, but for the chance to vote against obama, it was worth the wait.



You're a Great American!


:)

Since: Mar 09

The Left Coast

#15 Nov 6, 2012
What? They didn't line up enough buses & 40's?? After Benghazi, an easy mistake. Maybe the "panthers" could have helped. Probably Bush's fault anyway.
Wisdom over Dem Stupidity

Kissimmee, FL

#16 Nov 6, 2012

I voted for Romney.
lolol

Albuquerque, NM

#17 Nov 6, 2012
DENG wrote:
YEP, APPLY KARL MARX TO THE U.S. ELECTION AND BE A WINNER.
.
don't you chinkx wish you could vote ?

“your life is great”

Since: Aug 09

you poop in clean water

#19 Nov 6, 2012
where do you people live?
no lines when my husband voted at 7:30 this morning.
no lines when I voted at 3:30 this afternoon.
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there was a nice bake sale though.

Since: Mar 09

The Left Coast

#20 Nov 6, 2012
anneutral wrote:
where do you people live?
no lines when my husband voted at 7:30 this morning.
no lines when I voted at 3:30 this afternoon.
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there was a nice bake sale though.
Obamabread? Nice change from Colt 45.
Gary

Bellingham, WA

#22 Nov 6, 2012
The laughing liberal wrote:
Obama's first election was won by him kicking everyone off the ballot. Even the incumbent. Obama is that much of a Low Life.
Nothing has changed. Obama still is Pure Filth and would pimp his grandmother out for a vote.
It's time to get rid of such a Divisive POS like Obama and inaugurate a proven Bi-partisan Leader in Mitt Romney.
He's FOR America while Obama is FOR HIMSELF.
Just think, Obama actually equates voting to REVENGE! What Filth!
Revenge against the American Nazi Party (known as the GOP) that has been sabotaging this country for the last four years.
Aquafino Godswill

Seattle, WA

#23 Nov 6, 2012
A voice on the radio said BREAK THEIR WINDOWS. BREAK THEIR WINDOWS NOW!
BO UNCLE TOM for AlQueda

Phoenix, AZ

#24 Nov 6, 2012
What a tragic end. This election was won by fraud (Hamilton County, Ohio & tossed absentees in Fl) & who knows how much other fraud?

There is no way there were more voters for Hussein Obama who showed up than last election. Early polling showed he was down considerably compared to the last time.

Hussein Obama will never be a legitimate president. Even he was in tears at his last rally thinking it was the end for him.

Final numbers showed he was only 20,000 ahead of Romney, a laughable number easily won by fraud.

Romney had leads high and early on but lo and behold the fraud tickers start increasing the lead for Hussein obama gradually. Each time Romney caught up and passed Hussein, fraud kicked in and incrementally increased Hussein's numbers again. It had a very odd pattern for every state. Starting red and then ending blue was the consistent pattern.

Hussein KNOWS he won BY FRAUD. Cheaters and his followers have no shame. Freebies on taxpayers is all they want. GOP is still in the house, and the economy will grow with all the GOP governors in place. No thanks to spend and borrow traitor Hussein.
Sheila

South Africa

#25 Nov 6, 2012
America you THREW AWAY a good chance in Mitt Romeney (God bless him and his efforts) to have a good leader. America has become a 'demon-craticlly' united states. Maybe you are going to have to FALL like South Africa did to 'realize what the demographics of the world should look like,' and not a 'all black America.' Believe me we are living it. AND SUFFERING in the process. There is a danger in having more of another race, corruption is at an all time high here ----- and now just before elections our president Zuma is quickly building his own PRIVATE palace costing the tax payer anything up to R250 million with heli pad, bunkers and all.Hopefully it can be stopped but there is no stopping a black leader - believe me, he does what he likes. Madness reigns in South Africa. America wake up and smell the roses.... Obama is an intruder, he is from Kenya. They had their people carry placards yesterday on TV saying he was born in Kenya. He was blinded the lot of you. Obama is a
usurper.

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