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Beth Carpenter in Missouri sent us this photo today…first Howl-O-Ween and now this!
Here’s a few places to play online with while you’re at work related to the election: CNN has an interactive electoral map where you can call the race yourself….have some fun and play the numbers. Google has some customized searches you can do to find out local election results. Browse around the Washington Post’s polls and survey results page. If you’re looking for a funny take on the elections – Saturday Night Live’s web site has all the skits related …
I’m sure some of you have heard about or seen the popular PSA campaign called “Don’t Vote”…it has every Hollywood celebrity you can think of saying “don’t vote” and then acting very confused.
Tamara James, our AARP Ohio Associate State Director for Community Outreach had this to say about her voting experience: The combination of early voting and six voting machines instead of four at my precinct seems to be successful. My wait was only 20 minutes this morning, instead of the 2.5 hours in 2004. While I was waiting in a shorter-than-expected line, I realized that the young guy explaining how to use the electronic voting machines is my 18-year-old neighbor. After …
AARP’s Florida state director, Lori Parham sent us this note: Florida elections officials deserve credit for promoting early voting, which almost certainly has helped with congestion today. Some 4.26 million Floridians voted early, either through early voting or by absentee ballot. Almost 38 percent of all registered voters had cast their ballots before the first of the state’s 7,000 polling places opened their doors at 7 a.m. Eastern Standard Time today. Our folks are seeing only a few problems with …