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This must be a total fabrication on Fred's behalf! Say it isn't so!

I thought this was a continuing joke his colleagues indulged in and that the sticker was not actually his. At least, if memory serves correctly, that is one of the many stories Colleen M. told me while we were cleaning out Tullock's office in September.

You should check up on this.

"I thought this was a continuing joke his colleagues indulged in and that the sticker was not actually his."

A former grad student at Mason told me that some people used to go by his office on election day and see who had the guts to stick "I voted" stickers on his door...maybe someone managed it this year? Wasn't me (haha); I'm in Philly for grad school, although I always thought it was a funny idea, or at least a cute tradition.

And of course by "this year" I mean "last election year." Oof. Don't let me type after a certain hour.

I've seen that sticker there for the past year and I wouldn't be so sure to say that it's 100% evidence that he votes.

It could be a sarcastic display or it could be some prankster who put it up there.

Why don't we wait until Dr. Tullock comes out and says it himself?

Surely some cheeky student has stuck it there!!!

It reminds me a bit of the GMU "Armen Alchian" jape a while ago.

I went around to polling stations in VA yesterday and took photos of people after they voted. I also asked them what they thought the odds were that their vote could decide the election in VA.

I posted the results on my blog www.cinemagraphic.blogspot.com

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