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8. Free hot dogs and kettle corn at select polling locations.

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7. That liberal Tracy Aviary, whoever she is, had to be stopped.

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6. Dancing With the Stars wasn’t on. It was either vote or cry.

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5. Needed something to Twitter about between 10 and 10:05 a.m.

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4. Office polls showed Attorney General candidate Jean Welch Hill would make a total AGILF.

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3. Not ready for another elderly white leader who might not live past General Conference.

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2. Not ready for a black president if Jack Bauer doesn’t have his back.

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1. Thought that gay marriage thing was a local crisis. Whew! No gays here!

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