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Voters report no lines, smooth voting at Jupiter precincts

by Ana Valdes | January 31st, 2012

Voters at two precincts in Jupiter said their voting experience was flawless, with no lines or crowds during today’s Republican primary.

At Independence Middle School near Abacoa, Jupiter residents Chris and Debbie Banker wrapped up their voting in less than 10 minutes. They even brought along their four kids, who are home schooled and have spent the last few days learning about the election process.

Tha Bankers voted for Rick Santorum because they agree with pro-life position and his family values.

Patrick Thompson, 41 of Jupiter, also voted fairly quickly at Independence Middle, but his vote went to Newt Gingrich.

“Right now our country needs experience,” he said, adding that Gingrich’s years in Washington D.C. make him the ideal candidate.

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