Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Today's The Day!

It all comes down to this - it's hard to believe that the long campaign is finally over, and it's time to actually do the voting.

I just hope that whoever wins the election today, wins unequivocally and with a significant enough majority to avoid excessive court action or complaints.

And I hope you voted (my international friends and readers are, of course, excused from that obligation).

9 comments:

Deb said...

Voted.....check!

JafaBrit's Art said...

Voted....check! I am so excited.

Mark said...

I wrote on my ballot:

"Help, I've been turned into an election ballot!"


I wonder if anybody will get it?

Otherwise... check!

Passante said...

Yes, I voted too.

Mark, did you really write that? Here in Virginia, we voted by machine (though for the last time, I understand) so we can't write stuff on the ballot. But in England, where I came from way back when, I am pretty sure that writing something on the ballot would nullify it.

Mark said...

No I didn't really, but it would have been funny though!

The Dan Ward said...

You crack me up, Mark! But since you vote in the Great State of Massachusetts, you could have added stuff to your ballot without fear of changing the outcome, right?

Bravo to everyone for voting - I hope the turnout is epic and the outcome rhymes with Gobama...

Mark said...

You mean People's Republic of Massachusetts, right?

Yeah, my little vote didn't move the needle too much.

Eric said...

Dan, would it be ok if the turnout is an "Obamanation"?

Deb said...

Yeah.....:)