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Tuesday, 14 February 2012

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Tom Glennon
In the last election in my home town of Chicago before being transferred out of state in 1972,I went to the polling place early, before going to work, so as to avoid the rush. Despite this, I was surprised to see that my father had already voted. My surprise was not that he had voted so early, but that he had voted at all. My father died in 1963. As we used to say in Chicago, vote early, and vote often. Seems nothing has changed since I left.

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