Feb. 6th, 2008

... but after hearing the news this morning I'm glad I chickened out.

I'm one of those 20% of California voters who are non-partisan, and who COULD have voted Democrat or American Independent. And when Edwards was still in the race I SERIOUSLY came THIS CLOSE to doing it, if for no other reason than his support of the WGA and showing respect for the union fight.

But after he dropped, I never felt enough passion for Obama or Clinton (never mind the other party) to go with one or the other. Which is sorry to say, really, but I'm relieved in the end.

Apparently due to an extra bubble that had to be marked if a non-partisan voted one of these parties, that many people didn't understand it is claimed, their votes will not count. Recounts are being pushed for, etc.

But I know how I voted. I voted for no one. I can feel confident my vote is not lost, and valid and counted for local propositions and concerns.

However, as I also said before, that's sad and sorry to say.

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