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    Default Re: Poll workers don't ank about my gun anymore

    Quote Originally Posted by Qtrborecrazy View Post
    Hell the constable at my voting station thanked me for carrying.
    Haven't seen our borough's constable at our voting station for years, not that we really need one. We've got 167 registered voters and 47 ballots were cast yesterday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by donotknowme View Post
    Your hammer is back. Yikes!
    Quote Originally Posted by abner13 View Post
    Sez who?
    Quit trolling, you two.

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    Default Re: Poll workers don't ank about my gun anymore

    I stuck my stcker n my holster on way out the door but it was too dark for anyone to see me carrying.last time no one asked though.
    lotta ppl outside asking if I am registered dem. was funny since I was OC.
    guess they're trying to push specific candidate hard.
    "The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing."

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    Default Re: Poll workers don't ask about my gun anymore

    Quote Originally Posted by gooseSA40 View Post
    Glad things worked out, and you were not hauled away for a mental evaluation for exercising your rights.

    Consider printing out Pa Title 18 Subsection 6120 and the letter below for the November Election.

    Check out this post and State Department Letter from 2010.
    http://forum.pafoa.org/showthread.ph...62#post1381862
    I told them I would get the statute for them, but they were adamant that I was wrong and nothing I could do would sway them. They claimed Montgomery county set the rules and would not listen to me about preemption. They were stuck in their ways.

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    Default Re: Poll workers don't ask about my gun anymore

    Quote Originally Posted by 19dscoutsout View Post
    I told them I would get the statute for them, but they were adamant that I was wrong and nothing I could do would sway them. They claimed Montgomery county set the rules and would not listen to me about preemption. They were stuck in their ways.
    if they were so sure they were right, they must be at a loss as to why you were not arrested.

    They didn't know diddly squat. They just wanted you to think they do.
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    Default Re: Poll workers don't ask about my gun anymore

    Quote Originally Posted by Emptymag View Post
    if they were so sure they were right, they must be at a loss as to why you were not arrested.

    They didn't know diddly squat. They just wanted you to think they do.
    When the election committee told them I was right, the gentleman who claimed to have written the law wouldn't look me in the eyes. I am assuming that he thought because he was such older than me, probably in his 70s while I am mid twenties, there was no way I was correct. Well jokes on him.

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    Default Re: Poll workers don't ask about my gun anymore

    Unfortunately my polling place is my local K-5 school in Montco, and only the main hall is used for polling, so not a good idea to OC. Dave_n

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    Default Re: Poll workers don't ask about my gun anymore

    I'm writing a letter to my county's board of elections asking why no constable was on duty at the polling place this time, or the time before that, or the time before that (like, with 167 registered voters we really get concerned about maintaining the peace?).

    Hopefully he didn't ask to get paid for work he didn't perform.

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    Default Re: Poll workers don't ask about my gun anymore

    Quote Originally Posted by Statkowski View Post
    I'm writing a letter to my county's board of elections asking why no constable was on duty at the polling place this time, or the time before that, or the time before that (like, with 167 registered voters we really get concerned about maintaining the peace?).

    Hopefully he didn't ask to get paid for work he didn't perform.
    Perhaps you should run for Constable. Get qualified to carry firearms and you are covered under LEOSA. Then you can work the boring Polls. Been there done that!
    “Proclaim Liberty throughout all the Land unto all the Inhabitants thereof.

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    Default Re: Poll workers don't ask about my gun anymore

    Quote Originally Posted by Statkowski View Post
    I'm writing a letter to my county's board of elections asking why no constable was on duty at the polling place this time, or the time before that, or the time before that (like, with 167 registered voters we really get concerned about maintaining the peace?).

    Hopefully he didn't ask to get paid for work he didn't perform.
    The local constable(s) in the voting precinct(s) in his district don't need to be at the polling station at all times. They just need to be available at all times the polls are open. Our constable covers 7 polling stations in our community and he ranges between them at various times of the day. He just checks in to be sure all is going well. It always has been.

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