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Very slow polls in special election

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Barely 100 Rutherford County voters had cast ballots in the general election for the vacant seat in state House of Representatives 62 District.

The most interested voters seem to live in Eagleville, where 94 had voted by 1:45 this afternoon. Rockvale Community Center had only seen 15 voters and Blackman United Methodist Church had a grand total of seven.

Republican Pat Marsh, Democrat Ty Cobb Jr. and Independent Chris Borwn fight for the seat vacated by Curt Cobb.

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October 13, 2009 at 3:37pm
We need a government where people are appointed, not elected, since most do not care who is elected until it is too late.
October 13, 2009 at 7:33pm
Good to see so many care about who runs their state.

And ItsGood, we are already there. Notice that Obama has bypassed the Constitution and appointed "czars" to take care of his agenda. Our government was set up with means of checks and balances. We have sat back and allowed our government to do whatever they please and not be held accountable for their actions.

The path our country is taking is the exact path our founding fathers did not want. The only way we will get government back on track is to vote and vote often.

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