Election Day

Traditionally the first locations in the U.S. to have their votes counted, Dixville Notch and Hart's Location, New Hampshire have reported in:

Tanner"Democrat Obama defeated Republican John McCain by a count of 15 to 6 in Dixville Notch, where a loud whoop accompanied the announcement in Tuesday's first minutes. The town of Hart's Location reported 17 votes for Obama, 10 for McCain and two for write-in Ron Paul. Independent Ralph Nader was on both towns' ballots but got no votes...With 115 residents between them, Dixville Notch and Hart's Location get every eligible voter to the polls beginning at midnight on Election Day. Between them, the towns have been enjoying their first-vote status since 1948."

· Broward County leads Florida in voter requests for assistance.

· Registration-related problems rank #1 in nearly every battleground state - hundreds of calls focus on that problem, most often in Texas, New York, New Jersey, Georgia, Florida, Colorado, and California

· Georgia voters are reporting more incidents of voter intimidation than any other state. Other reports of voter intimidation, scams or misinformation are also emerging in Ohio and Missouri.

· Florida voters rank #1 in requests related to criminal status and voting.

· Early voting problems are also being noticed particularly in Ohio, Missouri, Georgia, Florida and California.

After casting her ballot in Wasilla, Sarah Palin spoke to reporters. The even crazier thing that she said was, when asked who she voted for, she replied that she was exercising her right to privacy and not telling!


Anonymous said...

LOL Palin ist sich selber peinlich *g* ...
...ist das spannend!

Lars said...

Maybe she voted for Obama ;D

Anonymous said...

Welllll....then it would indeed be better for her to keep it to herself ;)