Vote and caucus tomorrow!
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Music: Radiohead - "Karma Police"
Posted on 2008-03-03 11:25:00
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Here's a bunch of information about what to do, and if you're going to caucus I'd recommend showing up early because early voting numbers are still way up. Edit: here's some more caucus information.

I'll be a little sad once Texas stops getting love from the candidates and the media, but I am getting a little tired of all the phone calls. (speaking of which, we got at least 8 from Texas for Hillary, including a few from Henry Cisneros and one from America Ferrera (from Ugly Betty), but only 1 for Obama, which was actually from Totally the opposite from cifarelli's experience...)

Thanks for everyone's feedback on the homepage redesign - here's the latest and probably last version for a while. I was going to do some sort of tag thing to filter out the entries (instead of using categories) but that's probably just going to clutter things up more, and I'm pretty happy with it now. (taking away the underlining of links makes it look so much cleaner!)


Comment from onefishclappin:

We haven't gotten phone calls (to the best of my knowledge) from anyone, but I see a lot more Obama ads (internet sites for local newspapers, TV, etc) around. Personal people support (bumper stickers, car signs, t-shirts) seem to be split 50/50. Interesting.

Comment from gregstoll:

My slightly younger work friends say their friends are pretty much all for Obama, but mine seem split.

Comment from onefishclappin:

My older work friends (50-60) seem to be anti-Clinton. Not pro-Obama or McCain, but vemonently anti-Clinton.

Comment from tehfanboi:

Which is funny because apparently Clinton has lower 'unfavorables' than Obama in Texas.

Comment from djedi:

I think this goes to show us that it's difficult to generalize from small samples. :)

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