Comments about ‘Utah voter turnout predicted to hit 60%’

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Published: Monday, Nov. 1 2010 10:44 p.m. MDT

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Pagan
Salt Lake City, UT

Please vote

Truth csar
Colorado Springs, CO

Make that 61% -- I'm voting for lower taxes, less government, and a better economy.

Chris Degn
San Antonio, TX

I'm in the military out of state and sent my ballot in. Here's the deal, folks... if you don't vote, you have no right to complain later. So, make your voice heard.

lost in DC
West Jordan, UT

Too bad soldiers from some heavily democratic municipalities won't be given the chance because their communities failed (refused?) to send them their ballots on time.

CougarKeith
Roy, UT

I kind of feel bad for Matheson, he is a victim of his own party, many will miss him!

Freedom
Huntsville, UT

Vote,vote, vote! It's time for the right change. Lets pray that those wechoose as leaders will move forward in faith having courage to do that which is right, giving States the power alloted to them by the
Constitution, that we then become involved creating communities where compassion is the order of the day.

Whatever you do, don't read this article and think, "Oh, looks like I don't need to vote because everyone else is." That is a fatal mistake.

Third try screen name
Mapleton, UT

Just for laughs, I’m reading a book today called “The Death of Conservatism” by Sam Tanenhaus, a New York Times editor.
Obama overused the word “unprecedented,” but I think it applies today.

T. Party
Pleasant Grove, UT

We tossed out the Republicans in 2006 and 2008. We're tossing out Democrats in 2010 and 2012.

Will they get the message?

"It's the spending, stupid."

Anti Bush-Obama
Washington DC, MD

Hopefully that turnout is to put libertarians or constitutionalists in office where the only real change can happen

thelogicalone
West Jordan, UT

I feel really strongly that it's time for a change, just like in 2008. So get out and vote but make an educated decision, not like so many did in 2008.

Chris Degn--thank you for your service, Godspeed to you and your family.

Jiggle
Clearfield, UT

Why should one go out and and vote when your state's votes seem mostly predetermined and there are only two parties to choose from, neither of which you may agree with. In a state that is religiously biased and punishes so-called sinners with unequal taxation....why bother?

Hotrod
Sandy, UT

Vote for Morgan Philpot for Utah's Second Congressional District1!

DN Subscriber
Cottonwood Heights, UT

Just voted in Cottonwood Heights. Poll workers said turnout was ahead of the last general election.

Conservative Veteran
Layton, UT

Study the candidates and issues, pray about what to choose, then vote!

Additionally, take your children with you to the polls so they can witness first hand your participation in this incredible process. I truely believe that children who see their parents actively participate in their right to vote are the ones in the next generation who will be active voting participants.

A Guy With A Brain
Enid, OK

Hoping, and praying (LITERALLY!) that conservatives will win the Senate as well as the House.

That would be better than Christmas come early.

Take out the trash.

T-o-d-a-y!

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