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Every Vote Counts!


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EVERY VOTE COUNTS!


In 2007, 3 votes gave Janet Nguyen the seat of Orange County 1st District Supervisor[1];

In 2012, 135 votes turned California AD36 (Assembly 36th District) from Red (Republican) to Blue (Democrat)[2];

In 2000, 537 votes (0.00901%) sent George W. Bush to the Oval Office over Al Gore[3];

In 2008, 312 votes (0.0108%) made Al Franken a U.S. Senate from Minnesota[4];

In 2004, 133 votes (0.00473%) made Christine Gregorie the governor of Washington[4];

In 1839, 2 votes (0.00195%) made Marcus Morton the governor of Massachusetts[4];

In 1984, 4 votes (0.00171%) elected Frank McCloskey as the House Representative of Indiana’s 8th congressional district[4];

In 2006, 2 votes (0.020846%) helped Todd Thomsen beat Darrel Nemecek for the Oklahoma House of Representatives seat in its 25th district[4];

In  1974, 2 votes (0.00090%) caused Louis Wyman beat John A Durkin after several recounts[4];

In 1645, 1 vote gave Oliver Cromwell control of England[5];

In 1649, 1 vote caused Charles I of England to be executed[5];

In 1776, 1 vote gave America the English language instead of German[5];

In 1839, 1 vote elected Marcus Morton as the Governor of Massachusetts[5];

In 1876, 1 vote saved President Johnson from being removed from office[5];

In 1876, 1 vote changed France from a monarchy to a republic[5];

In 1923, 1 vote gave Adolph Hitler leadership of the Nazi Party[5];

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If you are ready to vote, you are more than welcome to reference the following Voter's Guides:
Reference:

[1] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Janet_Nguyen

[2] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/California's_36th_State_Assembly_district

[3] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_presidential_election,_2000#Votes_by_state

[4] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_close_election_results

[5] Excerpt of a book page posted on California SD10 candidate Peter Kuo’s WeChat moment (see below)