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    Regular Member quarter horseman's Avatar
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    A great idea and a good story on OC

    put your I voted stickers on your gun or holster great idea!

    http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=206045

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    Not a bad idea I think I might take part. But it leads to another question. My polling location is in a church. Can the church have a no firearms policy for that day?

    What ever happened to the church & state issue anyway?
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    Here in Washington state we vote by mail.No stickers for us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vmaxx View Post
    Not a bad idea I think I might take part. But it leads to another question. My polling location is in a church. Can the church have a no firearms policy for that day?
    A past discussion which is relevant:
    http://forum.opencarry.org/forums/sh...ting-July-17th

    I encourage you to use the search feature there at the top. I entered "poll church" in it and came up with some results, including that. The search feature is there for a reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanM View Post
    ..... The search feature is there for a reason.
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    That's where I put my sticker.

    Separation of church and state, pffft. The first thing the government ever did, was to hold a communion, and a 4 hour prayer service. This is a Christian based nation, God has been built into the foundations of it.

    This cannot turn into a religious discussion though, its against the rules. Just answering the question from my point of view.

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    Thanks for the idea quarter

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    just a reminder

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    my polling place is a school, and i plan to OC while voteing! then taking my I voted sticker and putting on my gun grip! or holster haven't decided yet, but if my memmory serves there is a law that prevents a voter from being arrested on the way to or during or on the way home from voteing. i can't cite it but i KNOW i read it here or on MOC's forum.

    and i have no answer for you about OC in a church, but i would think it stops being a church and becomes a polling place during the time frame of voteing.
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