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Tuesday, February 05, 2008

Presidential Primary Democratic Ballot


My vote today - Originally uploaded on flickr by bsabet.

Bijan Sabet share a photo of his vote in today's Massachusetts Democratic Presidential Primary.

Finally, we get a look at an actual ballot.

Share yours.

4 comments:

  1. On today's ballot in Massachusetts how do you folks select who you vote for
    a. for state committee man?...
    b. state committee woman?...
    c. ward committee?...

    d.
    How are the electoral college people actually selected?...

    see also
    http://www.sec.state.ma.us/ele/elecoll/collidx.htm

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  2. The Commonwealth of Massachusetts
    Presidential Primary
    Democratic
    Official
    Specimen
    Ballot
    Tuesday, February 5, 2008

    Cambridge
    Wd. 2

    1773/1773

    Penalty for willfully defacing, tearing down,
    removing or destroying a List of Candidates
    or Specimen Ballot - fine not exceeding
    One Hundred Dollars.

    Secretary of The Commonwealth of Massachusetts

    To vote for a candidate, fill in the oval ( )
    to the right of the candidate's name.

    To vote for a person not on the ballot,
    write that person's name and residence
    in the blank space provided
    and fill in the oval.

    Presidential Preference
    To express your preference for the person
    to be nominated as Democratic candidate
    for President, you may do one of the following:

    . Vote for one candidate on this page or

    . Vote for "No Preference" if you do not wish
      to vote for a candidate or

    . Write in another name and fill in the oval
      to the right.

    Caution: Do not vote for
    "No Preference" and write-in.

    John R. Edwards ( )
    Hillary Clinton ( )
    Joseph R. Biden, Jr. ( )
    Christopher J. Dodd ( )
    Mike Gravel ( )
    Barack Obama ( )
    Dennis J. Kucinich ( )
    Bill Richardson ( )
    No Preference ( )
    Do Not Vote In This Space.
    Use Blank Line Below For Write-In.
    ____________________ ( )
    Write-In Space Only

    State Committee Man
    First Suffolk & Middlesex District
    Vote for One Man
    Jeffrey Rosario Turco 61 Court Rd Winthrop ( )
    Candidate for Re-election
    Do Not Vote In This Space.
    Use Blank Line Below For Write-In.
    ____________________ ( )
    Write-In Space Only

    State Committee Woman
    First Suffolk & Middlesex District
    Vote for One Woman
    Denise V. LaConte 66 Centre St Winthrop ( )
    Candidate for Re-election
    Do Not Vote In This Space.
    Use Blank Line Below For Write-In.
    ____________________ ( )
    Write-In Space Only

    Ward Committee
    Vote for not more than Twenty.

    . To vote for Individual candidates
      fill In the oval after each name or

    . To vote for a whole group
      fill In the oval after the word "Group."

    Do not vote for more than Twenty.
    Ward Committee, Cambridge, Wd. 2-20

    Group ( )
    Fill in the oval to vote for the whole group.
    Charles F. Cnudde 172 Harvard St
    Alexis S. Harding 187 Windsor St
    Donald Harding 181 Windsor St
    Richard Goldberg 170 Harvard St
    Orlando Cartagena 174 Harvard St
    Susan Cnudde 172 Harvard St
    E. Denise Simmons 188 Harvard St
    Rene' Green 111 Washington St
    Carmen D. Turner 204 Columbia St
    Sharlene Yang 220 Windsor St
    Oswald N. Harding 187 Windsor St
    Mannan A. Syed 193 Windsor St
    Paul E. Brennan 223 Broadway
    William E. Mitchell 142 Washington St
    Nancy H. Seymour 170 Harvard St
    Do Not Vote In This Space.
    Use Blank Line Below For Write-In.
    ____________________ ( )
    Write-In Space Only
    ____________________ ( )
    Write-In Space Only
    ____________________ ( )
    Write-In Space Only
    ____________________ ( )
    Write-In Space Only
    ____________________ ( )
    Write-In Space Only

    1773

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  3. Steve, How'd you take that picture? There were all sorts of signs outside my polling place "No cell phones" "no cameras". I wanted to take a pic, but I was afraid my vote would be invalidated.

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  4. This picture isn't mine, but I took a picture too. No one seemed to mind.

    I think it's ok to take a picture of ourself, but not of others.

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