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I Can Vote!

~ contributed by Jodi KearnsI am so happy to be able to vote in the 2016 election! My first US federal election was 2012, after naturalizing in 2010. The 2012 and 2016 elections ar... Read more

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    The 20 January 2017 by   Carolineld
    DESTINATIONS, CULTURE
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    Lighter Than

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    The 18 January 2017 by   Scarc
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    Ancient Egyptian Uraeus

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    The 17 January 2017 by   Egyking
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  • A Breton Chapel

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    The 16 January 2017 by   Carolineld
    DESTINATIONS, CULTURE
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    The 13 January 2017 by   Carolineld
    DESTINATIONS, CULTURE
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    The 12 January 2017 by   Scarc
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    Engineers' Nouveau

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    Remember Poor's

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