Tomorrow is Election Day in Kentucky. The polls are open from 6:00 am to 6:00 pm local time. Anyone standing in line at 6:00 pm will be allowed to vote no matter how long it takes.
Vote for the candidate of your choice, or in the case of the Democratic nomination for president, you have the option of voting "Uncommitted" which is to say voting for the non-candidate of your choice.
As I said previously, the Democratic presidential race will come to an end tomorrow. Barack Obama will garner enough delegates by the end of the night from Kentucky and Oregon (2026) to be the nominee. Polls will close in Oregon at 11:00 pm Louisville time.
On Wednesday or Thursday I will make some comments on the election, especially the race in the 6th Council District of Louisville which turned ugly over the weekend. Then, on Friday, I am going to the doctor who will likely put me up in a private room for a few days.
Vote Early, Vote Often.
Monday, May 19, 2008
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- Jeff Noble
- Louisville, Kentucky, United States
- Single, male, bald, overweight, early 50s, seeking . . . Oh wait, that's goes on the other website. How about this - never married, liberal Democrat, opinionated but generally pleasant, member of the Episcopal Church. Graduate of Prestonia Elementary, Durrett High, and Spalding University; the first two now-closed Jefferson County Public Schools, the latter a very small liberal arts college in downtown Louisville affiliated with the Roman Catholic Sisters of Charity of Nazareth. My vocation and avocation is politics. My favorite pastime is driving the backroads of Kentucky and southern Indiana, visiting small towns, political hangouts, courthouses, churches, and cemeteries. You are welcome to ride with me sometime.