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There's not a liberal America and a conservative America - there's the United States of America. ~ Barack ObamaIt's absolutely vital that every one of us votes today. If you're not 100% sure where to go to vote, you can find out easily at Election Protection 365.

Last Minute Catch-Up on what we're voting on: LA Weekly | LA Times

The 2006 LAist Award for Election Coverage goes to Green LA Girl. Her thorough look into props, judges and state level positions ( and Santa Monica people and issues) has been excellent.

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Feeling a little red? Mayor Sam has your guide (one, two, three).

Will you be videoing the vote? "The project asks ordinary voters to videotape any irregularities they witness at their polling stations on Election Day. (Power to the Camcorder: 'Video the Vote' - NPR)? Video below: