Technology(via styro) While we can’t vote online yet, and we’re still getting used to electronic voting machines, there are plenty of webby, nerdy resources to help you choose your vote, find your polling place, or… even figure out what your state’s race is looking like. What do I mean by that? Google put up a sweet map that uses polling data to label state races: And with that, we’re all pundits! Happy Election Day.
Posted on 10/25/2010 by |AARP Blog Author | Comments
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Your LifeToday was such an important day in history – for so many reasons, and for so many people. I started voting as soon as I was able to: when I turned 18. Not any one candidate or issue got me fired up, it was simply an important rite of passage. To vote meant to participate in one of our greatest freedoms. Voting is perhaps the most important representation of a democracy which we are so lucky to have here in …