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November 7, 2006

NO EXCUSES TUESDAY: VOTE!!

Do you know the best site that's keeping track of the polls and presenting the candidates and the issues? Do share! Let's get into this!!



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That's a hard question Andrea!

I'll likely be watching CNN and Comedy Central tonight.

CNN.com and NYTimes.com both have good election coverage. CNN.com allows you to personalize your election results, so you can keep a close eye on the races important to you.

Project Vote Smart has a very comprehensive guide to voting; including biographies, voting records, issues, etc. http://www.vote-smart.org/

Posted by: Chris Koester at November 7, 2006 4:35 PM

washingtonpost.com has a decent interactive map on their front page

Posted by: Kersten at November 7, 2006 5:42 PM

i like crooksandliars.com

Posted by: ko at November 7, 2006 7:14 PM

Yahoo News has good interactive and timely results.

http://news.yahoo.com/fc/US/Midterm_Elections_2006

Posted by: Chris Koester at November 7, 2006 7:47 PM

Live from Camp Balad via satellite upload/downlink...

The extremists know our eventual loss here in Iraq is real now... It's very strange how there has been no American coverage (well via CNN anyway) of the Iraqi reaction to the US elections. No doubt, though, the media will be covering it in the next few days and from the extremists’ perspective...

Life should be interesting in the next few months here as the US presents itself as a beaten nation. I'm curious as to how long it will take for the next terrorist act against US interests occurs either external or internal to the US. It's happened before and will happen again - more so now that our positioned has been weakened by the split in American resolve.

I always marvel at how short-sighted (historically even) a people we truly have been and remain. Change is needed and welcome, but its timing leaves something to be questioned.

This conflict truly is not about imperialism, nationalism, land or commerce and commercial interests, as much as others want to portray the conflict here in those terms - its religious and it knows NO end except the dominance of radical Islam. And their struggle has focused on the US since its inception like a starfish on a clam. Unfortunately, the clam (which is “We the People”) thinks it’s a sophisticated manatee – when it’s really only a clam waiting for the pressure of the starfish to pry it open.

Yesterday, we say the first successful pry from the starfish.

Posted by: |maj|Darcy at November 8, 2006 9:00 AM

Some good coverage at Reuters as well. Yay, Katherine Harris lost.

elections.us.reuters.com/

Posted by: Hasan at November 8, 2006 9:50 AM
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