The electricity in their polling place still isn’t back online after Hurricane Sandy, so it’s being powered by generators.
2012 Election Archives
A reader misses the old, pre-digital voting machines.
A reader who was in line to vote early late last month in Cincinatti,OH, was approached by three women who asked him if he wanted some literature on Frederick Douglass. (The reader is black. The women were white.) He said he would. They handed him a cialis online booklet from the Frederick Douglass Republicans, a Read More
A reader in Memphis gets really dressed up for an election party later, prompting folks to ask him some questions.
From a reader:
“It’s like the line outside of Ibiza here,” a reader writes.
From a reader (peep the time):
A tea party-affiliated group in Florida is challenging the voting rights of dozens of people there who won’t know their eligibility is in question until it’s too late.
For lots of poor and working-class people, voting is a choice between casting a ballot or getting a day’s pay for work.
As if on cue, Known White Guys Mike Allen and Jim VandeHei of Politico prove my points from earlier: If President Barack Obama wins, he will be the popular choice of Hispanics, African-Americans, single women and highly educated urban whites. That’s what the polling has consistently shown in the final days of the campaign. It Read More