It’s here.  I’ve voted have you?  Still plenty of time to get out to vote so be sure that you do.

Be careful what you wear – no campaign paraphernalia is allowed which apparently in the mind of a poll worker in Texas includes  Alaska vacation t-shirts.

HT: Melissa Clouthier

Also don’t forget to stop by your local Starbucks to get a free tall (12 oz.) brewed coffee for voting.  I also learned that Krispy Kreme is giving away donuts to those who vote as well.

Tonight I plan to live blog election night – starting around 7:00p.

12 comments
  1. Well, finally election day. Time for Shane and I to put aside our differences and agree on one thing as we elect a president and vice president:

    May the best men win 😉

  2. Well, finally election day. Time for Shane and I to put aside our differences and agree on one thing as we elect a president and vice president:

    May the best men win 😉

  3. Andy,

    Just tell them you voted. It is an “on your honor” basis. They don’t ask for anything.

    SocietyVS – a local hero? Obama is Canadian! He’s not a natural born citizen then, he shouldn’t be running! LOL.

  4. Andy,

    Just tell them you voted. It is an “on your honor” basis. They don’t ask for anything.

    SocietyVS – a local hero? Obama is Canadian! He’s not a natural born citizen then, he shouldn’t be running! LOL.

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