Take Blogging.la’s unofficial Primary Election Exit poll!

Whether you’re heading out to the poll, have just returned, mailed in an absentee ballot long ago, or are on work release detail from County (and thus ineligible to vote anyway), take a moment to let us know how you voted (or would have voted) in today’s primary election.

At right are the Presidential candidates – if you cast a write in, or mailed in before your nominee dropped out of the race, leave a comment and let us know who your vote was for.

After the jump you’ll find additional polls for ballots and measures. (Apologies to non-City of Los Angeles residents who’s local polls are being neglected here – its the least I can do to contribute to the plague of online unofficial voter suppression.)

Proposition 91: Gasoline Tax
Would prohibit using gasoline sales tax revenue meant for transportation projects to fund non-transportation projects.

Proposition 92: Community Colleges
Would guarantee a minimum of 10 percent funding boost to fund community colleges and set fees at $15 per unit per semester.

Proposition 93: Term Limits
Would cut the total years a state legislator can serve in the Senate and Assembly from 14 to 12, but allow all to be spent in one house.

Propositions 94, 95, 96, 97: Indian gambling
Would allow four tribes (Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians, Morongo Band of Mission Indians, Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation and Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians) to more than double the number of slot machines they operate in exchange for higher payments to the state.

City of Los Angeles voters only: Proposition S: Communications tax
Allow the city to continue collecting a communications users tax but reduce it from 10 percent to 9 percent.

17 Replies to “Take Blogging.la’s unofficial Primary Election Exit poll!”

  1. This is a great idea. It will be more interesting to see how it spins out later today against the actual results.

  2. Hmm. Missing from your primary ballot poll: Dodd, Biden, Kucinich, and a few others who have not officially dropped out yet. Just sayin’.

  3. I voted for Obama.

    This is why: “When I am this party’s nominee, my opponent will not be able to say that I voted for the war in Iraq; or that I gave George Bush the benefit of the doubt on Iran; or that I supported Bush-Cheney policies of not talking to leaders that we don’t like. And he will not be able to say that I wavered on something as fundamental as whether or not it is ok for America to torture — because it is never ok… I will end the war in Iraq… I will close Guantanamo. I will restore habeas corpus. I will finish the fight against Al Qaeda. And I will lead the world to combat the common threats of the 21st century: nuclear weapons and terrorism; climate change and poverty; genocide and disease. And I will send once more a message to those yearning faces beyond our shores that says, “You matter to us. Your future is our future. And our moment is now.”

  4. Wow….the current Prop S vote is VERY surprising.

    Especially when you consider that most people who read this blog are left-of-center.

    Interesting.

  5. Especially when you consider that most people who read this blog are left-of-center.

    I didn’t realize you had access to such detailed demographic information about our readers. I wish somebody would give it to us.

  6. Oh please…..one only need look at the POTUS vote to see that most readers here are liberal Democrats.

    And that wasn’t meant to be a slam btw, it was just an observation.

    In other words…lighten up.

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