So get out and vote. Mitt gives us a good reason:
It’s a pretty substantial 20%… the question is will they show up? Here’s the demographics:
Here in the Shepherd University area where we see an awful lot of the youth category daily, we are curious as to how involved students are getting in the campaigns. From what I see it is minimal at best.
How is it where you are? Does it look like we will surpass the 2008 election or fall below it’s total of young voters? We’ll have to wait and see.
- Loreto urges youths to register to vote (leytesamardaily.net)
- UPA ‘cheating’ youths: Modi (thehindu.com)
- ‘Discussion on Voter Turnout at the Economic Club (jonathanjuteau.wordpress.com)
- Reaching First Generation College Students (insidehighered.com)
- New ID Laws May Shoot Down College-Student Voters (huffingtonpost.com)
Who do you attach yourself to if you want to win?
Does it matter where the supporter stands?
Avoiding the issues and keeping up the crap.
Jeff Danziger in the L. A. Times:
But it keeps us entertained.
Tom Toles in The Washington Post:
After all…politics is just a card game.
- WI-Gov: Buyer’s remorse for Scott Walker (dailykos.com)
- New Poll Shows Wisconsin Voters With Buyers’ Remorse (slog.thestranger.com)
- Wisconsin Do Over? (politicalwire.com)
- 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (usnews.com)
- The heroes in the Wisconsin Story (iflizwerequeen.com)
- Wisconsin union files unfair labor practices charge against Walker (+ link to full complaint) (wilderside.wordpress.com)
Smiling Scott Brown Slurs Obama
That’s the first of today’s elections to come through. McDonnell outscored Deeds by almost a 2 to 1 margin. This had been pretty much expected by the polls in the past couple of weeks. Interestingly, the polls of voters leaving the booths as to whether Obama was a factor in their decision showed that the President didn’t matter at all.
OK… waiting for New Jersey and NY States 23d District.