Sunday, October 21, 2012

24 Hours Until We Early Vote...

At least in the Lone Star State.

Tomorrow morning I'm getting up early, getting dressed, grabbing my valid yellow voter registration card and heading to my nearest early voting polling center which will be open from 7 AM-7 PM.  

If you Texas TransGriot readers wish to check you registration, here's the link to do so.  

I'll also wake up knowing the Department of Justice will have people watching in Harris (Houston's county) and Dallas County to ensure the True The Vote azzholes behave themselves.

The DOJ will be monitoring the early voting process to ensure there's no BS in the two Texas counties that provide roughly 25% of the statewide vote total.

For you conservafools who have a problem with that, frankly I don't care.   If you hadn't engaged in previous shady electoral behavior the DOJ wouldn't have found it necessary under Section V of the 1965 Voting Rights Act to be here monitoring the election in the first place.

By the way, did y'all ever find out what caused that mysterious fire at the voting machine warehouse back in 2010?  

Here are the links Texas TransGriot readers to your local county websites for more detailed info about where your early voting polling places are located and if you have other questions or concerns about exercising your precious right to vote. 

Best of all, you will not need a photo ID.  All you will need is your yellow voter registration card.

And I'm looking forward to firing some Republicans in 24 hours.

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