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(Yahoo)   WW2 Veteran who was the subject of a story about casting his final vote for president before his death is now dead at age 93. If only he lived in Chicago, he wouldn't have had to vote so early   ( ) divider line 3
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2012-10-25 11:27:09 AM  
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His family knows which candidates he chose, but they've decided to keep that information private.

Barbara Tanabe said it's not important who her father voted for - it's the voting itself that makes a difference.

It's so nice to see mature people getting air time.
2012-10-25 11:32:58 AM  
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If the early vote was done in a legal manner, then I say it should stand. I can understand the concern, but to take back a vote already cast I suspect would be opening quite the can of worms. I just hope the poor fellow didn't leave any hanging chads.
2012-10-25 11:26:50 AM  
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God, I hate that Chicago place with their fancy hot dogs and their "architecture". If I want to look at buildings I just look at the strip mall behind my cul-de-sac, and I put ketchup on my Oscar Mayers thank you very much.
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