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I voted! And a little sea shanty

Yep, just got done. Haven’t voted in person since 2019 so I was surprised to see that we vote on paper ballots now that are scanned. No more e-voting machines.

I voted for Josh, Jawn, and Austin. Good luck to all of the down ticket D’s as well.

Now, what would a primary be without a Sea Shanty? Soon May the Fetterman Come practically writes itself.


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  1. I always like a sea shanty. Fetterman wants to pass a national law legalizing marijuana, rather than see it on the ballot as a state initiative, as it was in CA? I voted against it, I do not like so-called recreational drug use, but it won here, and if that’s the popular will, okay; though now we’ve got billboards advertising stores and shops which feature cannabis smokes and drinks, which I don’t think are healthy for those who partake, and the people who might encounter them on the freeways. i don’t know if it would get him any votes in a general PA election, but certainly he is very good on the other issues, and he should win the nomination, and then we’ll have to hope that he beats one of the almost incredibly Far Right Republicans. PA is our best hope to pick up a Senate seat.

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