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07-14-2011, 05:23 PM
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Originally Posted by Noreaster96 View Post
IMO I think the opposite is true. There are alot of people (senior citizens, generally angry people etc) who would vote NO but usually only vote on a normal voting day. In this case, with this date, they are trying to assure that Die-hard Islanders fans/union workers/those people who really want it make up a majority of the voters. There will also be those who vehemently oppose it, but IDK how strong (in numbers) they are
I agree, I think the unusual date will help the Isles win the vote.

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