from my state – literally and figuratively – and other places. i'm not in florida any more, but i haven't given up the sunshine.


get out ... no vote

as i sat down at the computer tonight with every intention of mapping out who i need to vote for tomorrow it suddenly struck me … i’m not registered in georgia. crap.

no worries absentee vote in florida via internet. nope. double crap.

so here we are. midterm elections. even fewer people go to the polls than for a presidential election. but by all accounts, this vote is pivotal to getting some of the republicans out of office. unfortunately, i’ll be one of the bystanders.

so if you happen to be a liberal-minded non-voter in florida or georgia… please go to the polls. at worst, consider it as a way to get out of work for an hour or so.

for a little guidance try:
equality florida
worried the new machines are bunk? mother jones has some ideas: what to take to the polls: id, video camera, audio tape
see where your congressperson stands on issues with hrc’s congressional scorecard
want to make votes that will help protect reproductive rights? check out this guide.
or check emily’s list for strong women candidates.

are you voting tomorrow?


Anonymous Anonymous said...

already voted last week - did my job to try to get the republicans out. thank you very much !!!!

11/06/2006 10:12:00 PM

Blogger cocoa said...


great links!

11/07/2006 07:40:00 AM

Blogger Cindy said...

Well, I did my liberal best for us all.

11/07/2006 08:30:00 PM

Blogger betsy said...

good for you! and thanks.

got a call this morning from a former non-voter who was going to do her part, too. so proud!

11/07/2006 08:43:00 PM

Blogger JT said...

I did the same thing you did, only I realized I hadn't changed my address to this county. So I drove Chris over and she voted. I'm all registered now. :(
Great links!

11/10/2006 06:57:00 PM


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