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  1. How does Pete Buttigeig have a lack of character? I don’t understand.
  2. One of the Twitter comments said that the last time he went to Thighland it cost him $130K.
  3. I saw Thighland was trending on Twitter. Anyone wanna guess why? 😂 https://twitter.com/thehill/status/1291465138525134848?s=21
  4. In Florida I can log on to the county voter site and confirm that my ballot was received and counted. I believe that if there’s an issue with the ballot the county will contact me to resolve the issue - but I’m assuming this would have to be done before Election Day so I can vote in person. It wouldn’t help me if I mailed it the day before the election.
  5. I’m also in Florida and we requested our ballots online. I don’t know if all counties are like this (I’m in Pinellas) but we can request mail-in ballots for up to the next two elections. I won’t have to remember to request a ballot for the Nov general election.
  6. I signed up with We Got the Vote to do data entry. I haven’t heard from anyone yet but I just signed up today.
  7. I agree, knowing how much people owe is a problem because the state can’t even figure that out.
  8. Lebron James is helping to raise money so people can pay off fines to be able to vote. https://www.politico.com/states/florida/story/2020/07/24/lebron-james-joins-push-to-turn-out-ex-felon-vote-in-florida-1303417 This is the organization that’s been raising money - over $1.6M so far: https://wegotthevote.org/finesandfees/
  9. We’re in St. Pete. People laugh when we tell them it’s nice to be somewhere not as hot - we came from Dallas. Yes, it’s more humid here but with a slight breeze (or not) it’s not bad walking around when it’s 90.
  10. I’m now an official resident of Florida! We moved here about a month ago and today was the earliest appointment we could get for driver’s licenses and car registrations. I have to say it’s pretty cool to be able to get the license and plates right away rather than have them mailed. We also registered to vote and are looking forward to being able to do it by mail (or dropping it off in person). We’re still getting settled but I plan to look up the local Democratic Party and see what volunteer opportunities there are.
  11. My dad lives in northern OH, said he sees about 5-10% of people wearing masks when he’s at Wal-Mart or the grocery store. He wears one and minimizes how often he leaves the house. He really should get his groceries delivered since he’s 74 and had triple bypass surgery 6 months ago.
  12. Based on everyone wearing masks, probably. My wife and I have been wearing ours anytime we go out so I didn’t look for a sign that said it was required. We moved here from Texas a couple of weeks ago and during the drive it seemed like Florida was the most stringent on mask-wearing requirements. We spent the night in Mobile and at the hotel, the front desk clerk was wearing a mask and they had a 6-foot line at the front desk. Only one hotel bar was open with signs regarding social distancing. We stopped at a McDonald’s somewhere in FL and there was an employee at the door to let people in to minimize the number of people inside at one time. Masks were required inside and only one person at a time allowed in the bathroom. Exit was a separate door from the entrance. Since we’ve been in St. Pete, from what we can tell most people are wearing masks while shopping. I don’t think every store has been requiring them but it’s still good to see that most people are doing it. We haven’t been going out to bars or dining in anywhere so the only thing I know about those places is that St. Pete had to re-close 4 bars after employees tested positive for COVID-19.
  13. Went to Costco in Clearwater, FL today - best I could tell, 100% mask wearing by everyone there. I’d say >90% at Target.
  14. That’s not how it works. People don’t get to choose the data they “believe in”. This sounds a lot like “alternative facts” which doesn’t make any sense at all. Data is data - nothing more, nothing less. Of course, people may interpret data in different ways but the underlying data doesn’t change.