Vote early, vote often, buy pastries

Just a friendly reminder that today is election day.  Make sure to stop by your polling location to vote, as well as (hopefully) pick up some awesome baked goods at a sale.  It’s your civic duty.  You know, the eating.

  • Need some help with election day, Lifehacker has you covered
  • Here is a handy guide to candidates (just put in your address), although I think it only does national candiates, I even found out about a third party candidate who I really like! 
  • It apparantly is getting hit with a lot of traffic, but this site is saying it will pull you up a sample ballot ahead of time.  Which is nice, I usually do the interactive one from the Post-Gazette, but they didn’t do it this year (at least, not the one that lets you see the issue of each candidate, then choose one, then at the end print out a ballot to take with you a reference). 
  • Need to find out where to vote?  Click here
  • And find out if you’re registered here
  • And finally, check out voting machine demos and other information from the State here.

Update: Adding another link and made it a bullet list.

4 Comments so far

  1. ClumberKim (unregistered) on November 2nd, 2010 @ 9:17 am

    I would have totally bought something if my polling place had a bake sale. I was hungry!


  2. Mike (psion) on November 2nd, 2010 @ 9:39 am

    I guess I’m lucky since I vote at a school. They are only open for parent/teacher conferences, so they always run a bake sale for parents and voters coming in. Guess I’ll find out tonight though! Hoping for biscotti!


  3. Mike (psion) on November 3rd, 2010 @ 1:21 pm
  4. My civic duty… | Pittsburgh Metblogs (pingback) on November 3rd, 2010 @ 1:21 pm

    […] Did not include a bake sale, for the first time I can remember (in response to the comment thread yesterday). […]



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