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    Question Rain, weather and elections

    Here in Juan Dolio it has been raining almost all day (started during the night). with a look at the satellite
    Western Atlantic - Rainbow Loop (Flash) - Satellite Services Division/Office of Satellite Data Processing and Distribution I don't see it ending soon. I've heard from friends in Boca Chica and Santo Domingo that they're getting their share also.
    How will this effect tomorrow's elections? If it's widespread rain, is there a chance they would postpone til Monday? Or, just go with whoever is willing to get out to vote.
    Just curious....

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    Dont worry, the PLD will use your tax money to personally drive each and every voter to the polls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luperon View Post
    Dont worry, the PLD will use your tax money to personally drive each and every voter to the polls.
    or with the goverment provided personal jepeetas and the campesinos of the PRD are stuck in the mud and won't be able to vote

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    it was PLD who paid up the rain. he took a jeepeta and two roasted pig for the convinience of showing up in DR today. and he demanded fresh lilies in his dressing room...

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    Is it still raining?

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    Beautiful morning...no rain, nice breeze. Don't know about the rest of the country though.

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    A friend in San Pedro told me the same thing. Let's hope it stays sunny for the elections.

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    Nice day in Cabarete with a good breeze.

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