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Where Do I Vote? Google’s Election Day Doodle Answers That Question With Polling Place Lookup Box Where Do I Vote? Google’s Election Day Doodle Answers That Question With Polling Place Lookup Box

You may be wondering, “Where do I vote?” Google knows this question is on many people’s minds across the United States today as the midterm elections are underway. Google is taking the opportunity to turn its homepage into a tool …

Roseanne Barr Wants Your Vote Today
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Yes, Roseanne Barr is on the ballot in several states, and she took to Twitter today to spread the word. Barr is a candidate in California, Colorado, and Florida and is a write-in for Alabama, Alaska, Delaware, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, …

Track Voting in Real Time With Facebook and Foursquare Track Voting in Real Time With Facebook and Foursquare
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In many states across the country, we’ve already passed the halfway mark for voting hours in the 2012 Presidential Election. Soon, we will all know whether President Obama or Mitt Romney will lead the country for the next four years …

Guys, Stop Instagramming Your Ballots. Seriously. Guys, Stop Instagramming Your Ballots. Seriously.
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I know you’re excited about voting. It’s not only our democratic right and duty, but it’s a privilege. Quick tip: If you want to convince yourself of the importance of voting, just imagine for a second that you were unable …

Celebrate Election Day with a Bad Lip Reading of the Debates

Hopefully, by the end of the night (or early tomorrow morning), we’ll know who won the 2012 Presidential election. Even if something strange happens and we have to wait a little while for the official results, one thing is certain: …

Facebook Makes Sure You Vote This Election Day Facebook Makes Sure You Vote This Election Day

Today’s the big day – election day in the United States. Millions of voters will head to the polls today to choose who they think is best qualified to lead the country for the next four years. And more than …

Election Day: Another Time To Break Out The iPads?

Oregon, the first state in the United States to vote by mail, is pioneering another way for residents to participate in the democratic process. Officials are reaching out to those people who might have a hard time getting to the …

Election Coverage On Twitter

Here is a great use of Twitter and Web 2.0.