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Kirsten Dunst Videos Her (Early) Vote

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As November 4th approaches with a predicted record breaking voter turnout, states across the country are allowing residents to vote early (did you see the lines in Florida?). Among those voting early include actor Kirsten Dunst, who teamed up with Why Tuesday's Jacob Soboroff to head down to the Register Recorder/County Clerk's office in Norwalk.

If you can't wait to vote like Dunst and Soboroff, you can cast your early ballot seven days a week until the day of the election. Full information from the County is here (.pdf)


Christina Foreman and her baby, Isaiah, stand in the shade while she waits to vote early at a Plantation, Fla. library, Monday, Oct. 20, 2008. People had stood in line for almost four hours earlier in the day after voting machines had failed. (AP PhotoJ Pat Carter)