William Wright and India Johnson wait in line to vote at Larchmont Elementary School in Norfolk, Va. on Tuesday. Wright and Johnson, both from Richmond, were excited to cast their first votes in the Presidential election.
Vote, Vote, Vote.
Congrats on 1st
Way to Go, Suzette!!!!
Congrats on 1st. Vote, vote, vote.
Watch the cheaters.
watching Monk while sitting back really anxious and hoping everything turns out good tonight.
Greetings from Queens, NY where power is slooooowly coming back and where people are voting!! Polling place was twice as crowded today as it was four years ago!!
Outstanding news, Melanie. And, hope you will have stable power and the recovery will be as quick as possible.
Run up the score!!!
That’s good to know. Our hearts go out to victims of Hurricane Sandy.
Thanks all for your well wishes.
Seeing these young faces standing in line to cast their first votes warms my heart. I have been at a conference all morning and am just tuning in but Rev. Al’s radio show is saying that it looks like record turnout by minorities all over the country. I am so proud!!!!!
Such excellent news! Romney et al need to learn that you cannot offend and ignore huge portions of our country and not pay the price!
We are all proud, Baby O’Donna!
So all that voter suppression nonsense appears to have backfired big time. Good to know.
No, some of it is working. Whether it will be enough we will see.
Arnwine: Voters at several precincts in Hamilton county being turned away bc ID address doesn't match registration address— (@AdamSerwer) November 06, 2012
@root_e outdated voter rolls forcing provisional ballots & some voters are leaving without voting!!!!— Xultar Hussein Obama (@Xultar) November 06, 2012
Just logged into Twitter- it’s on fire, 15-20 new Tweets appearing in my timeline every couple of seconds.
Yep, same here. Of course, we prolly follow many of the same peeps. Did you read the one about the guy who had a heart attack at his polling place, got CPR and his first words were “Did I vote?” They say the story’s true. I am a wreck! We HAVE to win – hope Nate the Geek is right! I may need CPR before this is over!
Encourage folk, all over our great America, to turnout and remove the radical right from Congress ….
Dear @OFA_VA & people of VA – Put #Cantor out of a job today, totally!!! VOTE @PowellForVA & #OBAMABIDEN2012— Bobfr (@Our4thEstate) November 06, 2012
Dear @OFA_MN & people of #MN6 – Put #Bachmann out of a job today, totally!!! VOTE @Graves4Congress & #OBAMABIDEN2012— Bobfr (@Our4thEstate) November 06, 2012
Dear @OFA_WI & people of WI – Put #LYINRYAN out of a job today, totally!!! VOTE @robzerban & #OBAMABIDEN2012— Bobfr (@Our4thEstate) November 06, 2012
Boy would that be icing on the cake. Obama rehired and Cantor fired.
Powell could well pull it off – turnout!!!
THAT is a nice sounding tweet, Jackie. ;)
That’s for sure. Cantor and his annoying smirk gone – how great that would be! He’s just waiting for The Tan Man to disappear so he can grab his job. #FIREDUP in SoCal!
Big 3 Autoworkers Get Day Off To Vote, Should Romney Worry?
Good Lord, that’s wonderful.
Just saw on the news someone using the electronic machine selected President Obama’s name to vote and Willard’s name got highlighted. How many of these votes have been cast for the wrong person?
Just in case anyone wants to join me in a moment of prayer, reflection or mediation on the outcome of this election:
I’m with you Donna. Thank you for starting this.
Third one today. At home I use votives. For real there will be one in every room tonight.
Just because this is freaking awesome when it happens:
Just met someone at work who grew up 12 blocks away from me. 163rd & St. Nick. I grew up on 175th & St. Nick. #Awesome— Liberal Librarian (@Lib_Librarian) November 06, 2012
Mural of President Obama beside Philly voting booths covered up on judge’s order. Agree with the decision??
DO YOU AGREE?? http://t.co/0vlK4Olw— Pretty Foot (@PrettyFootWoman) November 06, 2012
“I was going to vote Romney … but after seeing this, I’m definitely voting Obama” – no one ever.
That’s silly. Anyone looking at that will know who the mural shows- the Obama logo next to it is one of the giveaways.
It’s a form of electioneering, so yes, I agree. If it were Willard’s mug, we’d be all, “Cover that $*** up!”
Yes, I agree. We know who it is, anyway!
RT @RichardTrumka just handed brand new Hart poll of union members in OH, 70% voting for Obama, up from 2008 bit.ly/PUOXqh #UnionVote— AFL-CIO (@AFLCIO) November 06, 2012
Union workers have PBO’s back!
I was just going to post this. I’ll post the dKos diary which has a great summary.
This might actually make my stomach and Chips’ stomach un-knot a bit.
Poll also shows @SherrodBrown in a strong position to win – 70%-29% among union voters bit.ly/PUOXqh— Richard L. Trumka (@RichardTrumka) November 06, 2012
It’s a thing of beauty. Vote America Vote!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Miami-Dade is fired up for @BarackObama. Strong turnout at West Kendall Library and across FL today. http://t.co/IKFN4sqq— Eric Jotkoff (@Eric_Jotkoff) November 06, 2012
read that True The Vote wont be allowed to do their voter suppression tactics in Ohio. Pennsylvania is having some issues though.
One county — Franklin County, I believe. But they got busted – big time. Forging signatures of candidates who had withdrawn their permission to poll watch.
Tell me again about voter fraud?
Well I am off to be a poll judge, to do my civic duty! It is so inspiring to see all these people voting. This is what a democracy looks like! Forward!!!! See you all tonigh when we will be celebrating.
My 108 year old grandmother in Detroit voted to re-elect President Obama! She knows how far we've come! @SpikeLee http://t.co/tTlIrA52— Gina (@GINA2020) November 06, 2012
So many beautiful images from the campaign, like this: #Obama2012 http://t.co/6701N2vA— The Obama Diary (@TheObamaDiary) November 06, 2012
Please report all voting problems to 866-OUR-VOTE – including being told ID is required. We have lawyers standing by to respond.— ACLU of Pennsylvania (@aclupa) November 06, 2012
Great. I’m glad they are on the case. The news coming from PA is disturbing.
We will have to turn out in Record Numbers to beat this voter suppression…… and WE WILLLLLLL…..The Struggle Continues…WE are fighting for our LIFE!
The choice for young Americans is clear. If you haven't already voted, confirm where to vote & go right now: OFA.BO/8SZEPJ #VoteObama— (@TruthTeam2012) November 06, 2012
Browse our gallery of 100s of your Election Day photos: nyti.ms/SSxU7r Add yours by tagging #NYTelection on Instagram.— The Caucus (@thecaucus) November 06, 2012
President Obama playing pick-up basketball game at Altgeld Park with friends & staff, an election day tradition of his #Chicago— Sarah Courtney (@sarahmcourtney) November 06, 2012
Pool: Among the players in the game are Education Secretary Arne Duncan, Reggie Love, Mike Ramos and Marty Nesbitt.— Zeke Miller (@ZekeJMiller) November 06, 2012
WH Pool: Former Chicago Bull Scottie Pippen is playing in the game.— Zeke Miller (@ZekeJMiller) November 06, 2012
former Bull Randy Brown is also involved in the game per pool— Zeke Miller (@ZekeJMiller) November 06, 2012
PBO better not catch an elbow and get a shiner, fat lip or a gash!!!! He has a victory speech to deliver to 10s of millions tonight!!
Don’t worry, they’ll all be careful.
Since b-ball is POTUS’ election day tradition for luck, I don’t think he would mind a fat lip. Per the Vanity Fair article, he has been wearing a mouth guard until after the election.
I NEED UPDATES, DAMMIT!
Well, Drunken Irishman,my 4 sisters-in-law voted for President Obama, my 6 nieces voted, my 2 nephews, my children’s 200-300 relatives voted and my father voted. More to come
That works! :p
Ed Rendell says AA’s voting 20% more than 2008 and PA is safe.
[Posted w/out comment]:
“If you live in or around Columbus, Ohio, and were watching TV last night, you may have seen a local news team presenting some peculiar analysis of the presidential race.
TPM has learned that WSYX and at least one other station operated by the Sinclair Broadcast Group in the crucial swing state last night aired election specials, which included content prepared by their corporate parent company. Some TPM readers may recall Sinclair has a history with this kind of thing. In the run up to the 2004 election, controversy erupted over the company’s plan to air a movie attacking then-Democratic presidential nominee John Kerry’s Vietnam record. Sinclair “owns and operates, programs or provides sales services to 74 television stations in 45 markets,” according to the company’s website.”
Just checking in:) At OFA office and LOTS of us are here making calls! Talking to some really nice people in OH today…they tell me the weather is glorious and they have voted for PBO or ARE voting for PBO when they go to the polls today! Only had one hang up…she was hard of hearing and must have thought she heard the wrong thing from me…she said, “I’m a Democrat!” and hung up the phone:) Sweet thing…me, too!!
Will check in later…let’s do this!! OHIO IS FIRED UP!!!
“she was hard of hearing and must have thought she heard the wrong thing from me…she said, “I’m a Democrat!” and hung up the phone”
Well, she hung up for a good cause!
Yes she did:) It was funny!
I think a lot of people, even our friendlies, are pretty much saturated with politics, especially these people in swing states—-they’ve been bombarded with multiple ads at every station break for months and swarms of political news daily. I think that’s why that cute vid of little Abby who was crying because she was tired of Bronco Bomma and Mitt Rominee went so viral. People could relate.
Hello Desertflower, I am also in Ohio!!!! Yes we are fired up and ready to vote for our great President. Mittens & Co. want people to really think we here in the Buckeye state are too dumb to see and know a fraud when we see one, but guess what WE AREN’T DUMB and our state will bring it home, our 18 electoral votes, for our President’s re-election!!!! We are the heart of it all, and we will be the heart of the President’s re-election! Be blessed sister Ohioian!!!! GOTV OHIO!!!!
FYI: Having lunch when you can hardly breath – Not a good idea. :)
I hear ya.
Be glad you’re not zizi…who can’t have solids cuz of a broken tooth. Yeah, food + nerves = yuk.
There's still time, vote for them both: http://t.co/1xBjsnG9— The Obama Diary (@TheObamaDiary) November 06, 2012
You sure can pick the images, Chips. This is amazing.
I need TOD help asap. Just filled out my ballot and there are at least 100 people here and all the machines break down. Is there a number to call to get help. Please!
Call 866-OUR-VOTE. They have lawyers and election day officials to deal with problems.
YES this number
Thanks so much. People are getting frustrated and leaving.
officials there should know, but where are you exactly? DOJ ELECTION HOTLINE (1-800-253-3931)
There’s also the FBI hotline number of 202-514-1888.
Re-entering the post I made at the bottom of the previous post…..always late to the party. Just returned from voting for President Barack Obama and the Democratic ticket in my red precinct. Felt so good!!!
Every time I vote, I also do it to honor my two grandmothers who could not vote until 1920. One grandmother put a Woodrow Wilson card in her window in 1914, doing her bit because she couldn’t vote. My Vermont grandmother was a suffragette. I am so thankful for those women and would never dishonor them by not voting.
I have discussed the importance of voting in my English classes this fall, pointing out to the girls and minority students how people struggled and died for their right to vote. I hope I made a positive impression with them. Our hope is this upcoming generation, as pictured in the beginning to this post.
This is great – thanks for the reminder. May people tend to forget the struggles that went before them that afforded them freedoms which they now take for granted.
Yes, it does feel good to have voted for President Obama!
Need to make a correction on that election date….it was 1916, not 1914. Woodrow’s slogan was “He kept us out of war.” My mother was born in 1914, which is why that date was on my mind.
Go Liz! :)
“Here’s a reminder of just how tough it’ll be for Scott Brown to win tonight in Massachusetts. In the January 2010 special election that catapulted him to the Senate, a total of 164,312 ballots were cast in Boston. By noon today, according to the Boston Phoenix’s David Bernstein, 103,369 people had already voted in Beantown. In a high-turnout presidential election year, Democrats’ 3:1 advantage in voter registration (Roughly 1.5 million to 500k) is only going to be more pronounced.”
I can’t wait for the results! I will be up all night watching, waiting and praying that our wonderful President Barack Obama will win a second term. Last night’s speech was just awesome.
3.5 hours till the first polls close. I’m in the UK too and I suspect my housemates will bail on me around 1-2am. I’m all prepared with midnight snacks and coffee though.
I’ve got friends staying who are Obama Supporters and my 12 year old son wants to stay up too and when he sets his mind to something he does it!! He is a BIG Obama supporter.
As you are in the UK are you anywhere near London? If so did you get to see PBO’s state visit last year? We got lucky and saw him close up, it was awesome! It’s good to see another PBO supporter here from the UK.
It’s great you’re letting your son stay up. My parents didn’t let me last time and I was 17! I’m about an hour away from London but unfortunately I was in the middle of uni exams last year but I did catch up on the state visit and all the videos for days afterwards.
Although I did ‘sneakily’ have my phone on under the covers.
Thats great that you were able to catch up on the state visit videos. My son got a day’s leave of absence to go see the state visit, I don’t think it is something he will forget in a hurry. I know he will be exhausted tomorrow but if he wants to see the greatest president be re elected there is no way I would stop him. I guess he will just have a real early night tomorrow.
Mitt rhymes with sh*t. Obama rhymes with Ohana, and Ohana means family, and nobody gets left behind. 👬👭👬👭 🇺🇸 😊— Cena Is My Hero. ♥ (@SupportingCena) November 06, 2012
Cuyahoga County is Obama Country!!!!!!!!!
More than half of registered voters in Cuyahoga County had voted as of 2:30 pm wapo.st/U7kcJK— Rachel Weiner (@rachelweinerwp) November 06, 2012
This is huge news.
Awesome! 61% cast their ballots in ’08 … I bet we break that number!
Total turnout in 2008 was 65% of reg. voters. So they are fired up, and ready to go!
Holland Taylor aka Charlie Sheen’s mom on Two and a Half Men.
Dressed for exercise… of civic duty. http://t.co/r5l8lYXO— Holland Taylor (@HollandTaylor) November 06, 2012
Love it. I am one.
And I’m married to one. Hopefully she doesn’t see this.
Love that! I am one too! We are a proud demographic!!!
Me, too and I want a button like that.
I haven’t been a strong voice here, but I want to thank Chips and the regulars for being a voice that kept on talking through the crazyness of this campaign. You lifted my spirits and made me realize how many wonderful people like you are out there. Being surrounded by the “dark side” drug me down once in awhile–but there you were–we know what’s right for the country–and what’s right is President Obama. Thank you again and did you see him slap the side of the podium THREE times after ehe end of his speech last night. I love that man!!!!
Auni…right?!!! Everything you just said. I used to get all my info from HuffPost and I was confused because I thought they were a Pro-Obama place. Ironically I discovered TOD in the comments on one of their posts and I never looked back. The ‘dark side’ indeed!
I voted with my daughter. I feel so positive. Baltimore is so blue. I voted straight Dem.
I am so glad.
Bringing this over from the bottom of the previous thread – lets all do all we can to GOTV before the polls close tonight!
I’m currently making calls to Florida, PA and NC. Mixing it up and moving from one list to the other. I’ve canvassed this election season in Philadelphia and in Charlotte, NC and both times I met people that were really fired up and ready to vote for the president. And then I met people that are “sporadic” voters in the extreme. They wanted to vote for the president but one of them didn’t know what day was the last day to vote aka election day! No jokes. Another voter didn’t realize she actually had to vote – she thought filling out her voter registration was all she needed to do to show her preference for the president. Today, I was going to do election protection in Philly but my mum just got discharged from the hospital today. She voted absentee and is resting well. I don’t want to leave her alone so I’m working the phones today from home. Spoke to one voter in PA this morning who confirmed she voted at 7am. We talked and she decided she couldn’t just seat at home and be nervous. So she’s headed out to the local OFA office and is now canvassing her neighborhood. She has me fired up and ready to make some more calls! It’s really simple and most people are really nice so jump in and see how it goes http://my.barackobama.com/Election-Day-Calls
Hello TOD family! Happy Re-Election Day!!! I just got back from voting at my precinct here in Ohio…it was not crowed at all, I walked right in and casted my vote for my wonderful,decent and worthy of a second term, President Barack Obama. I live in a Democrat strong hold here in my state, approximately 25 minutes from Lordstown, Ohio, and the greatest auto factory in America, and we will prove tonight that Ohio is the heart of President Obama re-election!!!! May God bless and keep all of my friends here on TOD! We will all rejoice tonight because all of us the United States over has helped to re-elect the most decent, honest, compassionate, and honorable man for 4 more years of service to this great Nation! love and hugs to everyone here! be blessed!
No waiting at a pricinct Ohio on election day? Umm is that good or bad?
Pres. Obama gets the job done. RT @jaketapper SAF: on Friday, an Airstrike killed Al Qaeda’s chief for Eastern Afghanistan, Mufti Assad— (@utaustinliberal) November 06, 2012
Let’s Finish What We Started….
just voted for my president!!! wooohoooooo!!!!! felt so good! took about 20 minutes, start to finish here in blue hawaii. lots of aloha and ohana at the polling place. the worker did ask me to remove my obama-biden button when she handed me my ballot–but she did it sort of whispering toward my ear, like she didn’t want to embarrass me.
By my scratch-paper calculations, Boston turnout could reach 300,000. Was 236,000 in '08. #mavote #bosvote— David S. Bernstein (@dbernstein) November 06, 2012
Even in reliably blue states, people are fired up!
This is freaking whaaaaaat? :D That’s determination right there.
Southfield Township — Sometimes dead men really do get to vote.
Ty Houston, 48, a home care registered nurse, was toiling on his absentee ballot Monday afternoon when things got strange at township offices on 13 Mile.
“I was filling out the form as were an elderly couple sitting at a nearby table,” said Houston on Tuesday. “His wife, who was helping him fill out the ballot, asked him a couple of questions but he didn’t respond. She screamed for help and I went over to see what I could do.”
Houston laid the victim on the floor and went to work.
“He was dead,” Houston said. “He had no heartbeat and he wasn’t breathing. I started CPR, and after a few minutes, he revived and started breathing again. He knew his name and his wife’s name.”
What happened next astounded Houston and the victim’s wife.
“The first question he asked was ‘Did I vote?'”
Dumbfounded, the man’s wife told him that whether he voted was the least of their concerns.
“She told him ‘Your life is my concern,'” Houston said.
According to Houston, the man — who had a tracheotomy in his throat — gulped down a few more breaths and then told her there are only two things that are important to me: “That I love you and that I finished what I came here to do … vote.”
EMS personnel took the pair to William Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, but only after the couple wrapped Houston in thanks and hugs.
“It was God’s divine word that I be there. Originally, I was just going skip the ballot and just go to lunch that day,” Houston said.
Clerk Sharon Tischler confirmed the story Tuesday but said she didn’t know the names of the couple. Houston also wasn’t able to recall their names.
“It was definitely a 911 scenario,” Tischler said. “It was great there was someone around to render aid.”
From The Detroit News: http://www.detroitnews.com/article/20121106/METRO02/211060410#ixzz2BTf4t0JW
For those who think voting is a chore: FUCK YOU | Southfield Twp. voter appears to die, then asks ‘Did I vote?’ detroitnews.com/article/201211…— Liberal Librarian (@Lib_Librarian) November 06, 2012
Did you see the news about the woman in Chgo who stopped to vote on the way to the hospital to have a baby, contractions 5 min. apart?
I think they let her go to the head of the line.
Yep…they don’t like Romney.
I had to share LMAO ! http://t.co/z6dqrBkM— Diana For Obama (@dianab1965) November 06, 2012
If he can do this, NO excuses accepted. RT @ByronTau: Man dies at polling place, is revived, then asks "Did I vote?" bit.ly/YEfE3s— (@utaustinliberal) November 06, 2012
Hearing lots of reports of high Dem. turnout. All five VA universities have massive Dem. turnout thanks to on the ground organization.
I hear Omaha is going Obama and that’ll give them their lone electoral vote?!?
Wow! I live in Omaha! I sure hope so! Did in 2008! Although, I was living in Illinois in 2008, flipping Indiana from red to blue! :-)
Either Omaha or Lincoln and that will give Pres. Obama one electoral vote because Nebraska and Maine split their electoral votes. The rest of the Nebraska electoral college votes will go to Romney.
MT @BReedBucks: Strong turnout at Buckingham Twp. Lower #1 in Central Bucks. 1357 of 2500 registered voters at 3:50 pm. For Obama in '08.— (@PhillyInquirer) November 06, 2012
MT @RalstonReports: Data on early voters from Clark County: Spanish-surnamed voters who voted early in '08: 42,638 This year: 54,532— David S. Bernstein (@dbernstein) November 06, 2012
Three first-time voters for four more years. #VoteObama http://t.co/a6wQ9Zj1— Jessica Singleton (@jessay286) November 06, 2012
Hello TODers, so happy to be able to drop in quickly to say FIRED UP! I made over 200 calls today to IA and OH. We are going to win both states, I am certain based on the conversations that I had with supporters on the phone. I have also decided to scrape myself off the couch in spite of still feeling sick and go to the McCormick Place victory party. It will be a once in a lifetime opportunity as I have been repeatedly reminded by friends and family. So I am off this site until tomorrow when I will report on the festivities from tonight’s celebration. Peace to all of you and thanks for all you do. WE WILL WIN!
Can’t wait to hear your celebration report tomorrow. Thanks for all you’ve done in this campaign, and for often being a calm voice of reason.
What up TOD. Been up since 8am, did some twittering, but then I went to the movies and lunch with my friend to celebrate my birthday. I got out the house and had a little break from politics. well now I’m back and I’m FIRED UP…READY TO GO!
Anything I missed? Don’t feel like checking back at past threads right now.
So catch me up!
Happy birthday! The last time the POTUS was elected it was my bday. I haven’t had a better gift since then. I hope you get the same gift today.
Happy birthday, Lamh36 – and happy belated birthday, Claire!
thanks, but it was actually yesterday
Then happy belated birthday to you, as well!
thanks, it was actually yesterday.
Happy Birthday lamb36.
RT @joellefarrell: In NJ, email voting, details of which were unclear until 7 PM yesterday, now extended until Fri after systems crashed.— (@PhillyInquirer) November 06, 2012
Our county’s auditor reported they will be releasing results twice tonight because so many ballots have been turned in, they can’t get them done fast enough! Never happened before.
Virginia elections officials report "very heavy, robust turnout" that will likely exceed 2008 vote – per CBS Wyatt Andrews— Norah O'Donnell (@NorahODonnell) November 06, 2012
Anyone else wonder if Willard has bought into his own hype so thoroughly that he has no idea he has to prepare a concession speech?
I doubt he’ll come out to concede. And if he does, Ann will probably refuse to come out. They’ll let Ryan give the concession speech…
Say, fellow TOD’ers, do you think in some of these southern states that there are more voters voting for our Beloved President than we know?
My spouse and myself voted for our President. I had a “I voted ” sticker on and was in a restaurant when an older lady saw it and smiled gleafully at me. I said to her that I voted for Obama, she then clapped her hands and said quietly that she voted for Obama also. She said that Romney does not understand ordinary people and what we go through. She said that if God forbid something were to happen to her husband who was sitting next to her, she will leave the state. This is South Carolina. Also there are only a sprinkling to non existance any Romney/Ryan signs, bilboards, yard signs or bumper sticker displayed in my area, I live in rural/suburb town. There are only state and local rep signes all over. The people here are not proud to say they are voting for Romney, and does not want anyone to know who they are voting for president. Republicans are saying that both candidates are bad, they are the same, this means that they cannot defend Romney’ character.
wouldn’t that be a righteous kick in the ass. that would be great if it happened vitaminlover. I would not be surprised if it did.
Can President Obama’s re-election be called well before the Ohio and Florida decisions? Those places are so contention and rife with issues from the GOP shenanigans, it would be nice to get to 270 without them, and then let those electoral votes just be gravy, after the fact. No offense to the Ohio or Florida voters, of course. I just want definitive results tonight!
Yes, If Virginia is called for Obama. LIGHTS OUT for Romney. He can’t win without Virginia. He would have to run the tables and win almost all the leftover swing states (Iowa, Wisconsin, Nevada, Ohio, FL) which he is currently behind in 4 of the 5 I just listed
Thank you – I want this election over tonight, and not needing Ohio or Florida would be the ultimate rebuke to the GOP shenanigans.
Just heard from my sister in Ft. Myers, Fl.—–said voting is a mess there—–huge long line, one scanner in their precinct, line barely moving—–she has already voted, but my bro in law has been waiting hours already—-thoroughly disgusted. I think they have this huge 12 pg. ballot with multiple referendums, taking everyone forever. My sister said her dental hygienist at an appt. today, said she got to the poll at 6:50 this a.m. to be there when it opened, but she never got into vote before she had to leave for work. Said same was true with many others who had to leave for work. This is so maddening and so wrong. All these Repub run states making it really tough, if not impossible in some circumstances, to vote.
I saw on Twitter that if you’re in line by 7pm, you can vote, right?
Yes. As long as you are in line prior to 7 you are safe and can get to vote however long it takes.
Wooooottttttt, the WHOLE WONDERFULL FAMILY OF MINE VOTED IN NEW JERSEY THERE ARE ABOUT 20 of them, and that’s just the NJ bunch. Just checked.
Doing the happy dance here.
Yippee! Dancing along with you… :)
New post everyone:
[2nd to last paragraph made me smile!]:
Yes, those hard-hitting questions keep coming for the candidates, even on Election Day: President Barack Obama was asked by one interviewer Tuesday about the “Gangnam Style” dance craze.
During a radio spot with WZID-FM in New Hampshire, the commander in chief was pressed on whether he and first lady Michelle would do a rendition of the South Korean rapper PSY’s hit, which has hundreds of millions of views on YouTube.
“I just saw that video for the first time,” Obama replied. “I think I can do that move. But I’m not sure that the inauguration ball is the appropriate time to break that out.”
“Maybe,” he concluded, “do it privately for Michelle.”
Ohio judge rejects the Green party lawsuit against the voting machines
According to SFGate.com, Judge Gregory Frost ruled that election activist and Green Party Congressional candidate Bob Fitrakis provided “zero” evidence for his claims, offering instead only conjecture as to how and why the machines could fail.
Raw Story (http://s.tt/1sjWA)
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