You Can Very Easily Help Poll Alabama

Public_Policy_Polling_logoPublic Policy Polling is again asking its blog’s readers which state it should poll next. Alabama is one of four choices.

I hope you are interested enough in seeing some polling numbers in the governor’s race that you would go vote and spread the word.

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8 comments to You Can Very Easily Help Poll Alabama

  • Vote early and vote often. Just clear your cache under tools and internet options if you are running a Windows browser.

    I’ll post the Mac way tomorrow.

  • princeliberty

    Hey, if we PPP to poll it might prompt AEA, ALFA to stop setting on their polls as well.

  • anon

    Brian, I think we should win this one fair and square.

  • In the words of Richard Petty or Dale Earnhardt; “If you ain’t cheatin’, you ain’t tryin.”

    And now Safari instructions:
    Click on the heading ‘Safari’ and choose ‘Empty Cache’ from the pull down menu. It will then ask you if you really want to delete the cache.
    Click on ‘Empty’ if you are ready to clear Safari’s memory cache.
    Close and reopen the Safari Web browser.

  • Washington Hogwallop

    I think AL was winning last time until other states started fudging the numbers, so I’m all for finding ways to win.

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  • princeliberty

    Somebody’s pushing Washington. So we better pick up the pace or Washington’s going to pass up Alabama.

  • Damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead! In the words of Liberal Democratic-Republican Bradley Byrne: “Don’t Back Down!”

    Why should we slack off, just get more bloggers than Left In Alabama to push this too – where’s flashpoint when you need him?

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