I'm on my way now. Blessings from Wisconsin - a "battle ground" state...
We got there before the open, and still waited 2 hours to finally vote. Voting lines are extremely long here in Orlando, FL.
Good for you, Izzy!! Glad to hear the turn out is so good there. One thing is for certain... we can't say this was a boring election! So many big issues.Blessings,Amy
I was 1st in line at my Oildale precinct. So excited to finally cast my vote. Now I eagerly wait for the results.
Now that the sad results are in, I wonder why I even bother. Honestly. I'm retreating into my comfortable shell for a while because the world has gonce crazy.
I hope who ever gets the vote they do good for all of you and your country !
Yep. In Saraland, (Just outside Mobile) Alabama at about 8:30 this morning. It was pretty busy for a country town. I was already voter number 177 on one of the machines. There was another machine. I didn't see the number there.
Yep! Feeling so thankful for the women who came before me that fought for my right to vote today.
Our polling locations opened at 7:00 AM and I was there at 7:15! Had to wait in line for only about 35 minutes. Thankful for the opportunity to vote....will continue to pray without ceasing for this country to turn back to the Lord!
Yes, I voted. And I even voted Early on Friday here in Colorado!Blessings,Susie
I sure did!
We did. And now I wait anxiously while trying to leave it all in God's hands.
Yes, I voted for the Love of my country and reminded all my friends and then some to vote out of honor and respect for those that have fought for our freedoms. God Bless us all.
Yes, my husband and I both voted, the only ones able to vote in this family. It did not rock the way I wanted it to go!Paula
I voted. We were deeply disappointed by the result but am at peace knowing the God can work everything out for good and He sees the big picture. I have been just resting in Him today and will continue to do that as well as getting prepared in every way I can for whatever might happen in our country.
Hi, I love your beautiful blog. Thank you so much!Yes I voted and I am thrilled with the result. The economy is on the right track, and we have a strong, family-oriented, inclusive leader who loves God, loves this country, and is committed to looking out for the less fortunate among us. The President is a humble man who believes that we are all created in God's image and that God loves everyone regardless of their race, relgion, gender, or orientation. Debbie
I'm sorry, "Anonymous" you must have been dreaming.....
Yes I did! Luckily, I'm in Washington State and I get to do it by absentee ballot. :)
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