Early Voting Numbers Trail August Election So Far

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Early voting numbers for Cannon County for the November 2 Federal and State Elections are running behind those of the August 5 County General Election and Federal and State Primaries to date.

Through Monday, 378 local voters have cast their ballots in the Nov. 2 election early voting.  Over the first five days of the Aug. election, 569 votes had been cast.

The August election features candidates for local offices in addition to federal and state primaries. The key races in the Nov. 2 election include governor, Sixth District Congressman, and state house of representative and senate.

The local ballot also includes a referendum on whether a liquor distillery should be allowed to operate in Cannon County.

Early voting continues through Oct. 28 at the Election Commission Office in the Adams Building on West Main Street. Hours are from 9 a.m. until noon Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays and both Tuesdays the 19th and 26th voting will be held at 2 p.m. until 6 p.m.

Early voting totals are available daily at the follow Web site:

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October 19, 2010 at 5:25am
Democrats and even some rational moderate Republicans sitting this one out--Bone reelected with some crossover Republicans voting for him, Black and Beavers easily in.
The only real energy in the county is the Tea Party letting off its steam to keep from exploding or perhaps imploding--who knows.
October 19, 2010 at 4:31pm
Seems like you know a lot about the Tea Party in Cannon County dailyreader. Are you a closet member? I have not seen one function, meeting, discussion or piece of literature regarding a Tea Party movement here. All that I have heard about is the new Republican Party in Cannon County!

Are you sure you live in Cannon County? Are you sure you vote in Cannon County? I am beginning to believe you don't.

Come clean and fess up. Do you live here in Cannon County or somewhere else. Just for the record, tell us so we will all know. You don't have to give an address, but a county would suffice.

By the way, I agree with your prediction of Bone, Black and Beavers all easily elected. I am so glad we found something to agree on.
October 20, 2010 at 6:56pm
rd77--correct--I should have said---wannabe Tea Partiers letting off steam--
October 21, 2010 at 9:25am
dailyreader I noticed you didn't fess up on where you lived an voted at.

I was about 80% sure you were not from Cannon County and did not live in Cannon County before your silence confirmed it. Now I am 100% sure.

It must be really tough not to have anyone listen to you in your own county that you need to stick your nose in the business of a small community like Woodbury.

You just lost what little credibility you had, which was little to none.
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