Absentee ballots for the Nov. 6 election are now available in the registrar’s office. Pike County residents can call and order an application to receive an absentee ballot or residents can stop by the office and fill out application. The last day absentee ballots can be mailed is Nov. 2 and all applications must be received before that date.
Sheila, you sure got the word out. This morning I rode my bike through the Molena Cemetery, people were lined for a free voter ID card. A funny, one democrat said he had 5 dogs buried in the pet cemetery. Felt sorry for the democrat and gave him 5 more voter ID's. Sheila, you and I are doing a great service for Pike County.
The Molena Cemetery Executive Director Manager just called and said the free voting ID cards were null and void. He was upset, said I had not applied for a permit to assemble democrats on hallowed grounds. I have contacted attorney Eric Holder.
Yes we are George. Let me know if you need more voter ID's. I can whip more out in just a few seconds. I have finished voting early in Spalding and Lamar. I am saving Pike for the real deal. Don't forget to meet me in the usual place.
Hopin' for da change!
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