Registered to Vote...

by PYRAMIDSCHEME 13 Replies latest jw friends


    I always complained anyway...even though I wasnt supposed to have an opinion.

  • scooterspank

    I registered a few years ago. Pushing those buttons was like being a kid in the elevator pushing the buttons. WooHoo

  • CoonDawg

    I'm a proud voter. I have no declared party affiliation, so that means here in Florida, I'm SOL when it comes to primaries. I try and participate in all elections, though national elections seem a bit like mental masturbation - it feels good right after you do it, but then comes a feeling of senslessness and shame....

    Anyhow, welcome to having a voice! You might really enjoy getting involved in serving your local community on mayoral boards, city council, etc.

  • Morbidzbaby

    I did too when I changed my license over...

    Then the town mailed out a thingy that states who lives in the house and what they do for work, whether they're registered to vote, etc... So that we could double-check and make corrections if needed. My dad saw I was registered and he was like "Uh, what's this? It's says you registered to vote??". I said " did too!" and he sputtered "Yeah but...that was when I was worldly!" so I said "Well, most of the JW's consider me that now anyway, so what's the difference?" comment lol.

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