One word

One word

I have just one word for all of you United States’ citizens today:



OK, maybe a few more words too. ;)

Be sure to bring your ID along with you, and maybe a book and some water in case of long lines.

If you run into a problem at the polls, you can get voter protection information online at: HTTP://WWW.866OURVOTE.ORG and on the phone at:

– 1-866-OUR-VOTE (administered by the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law)

– 1-888-VE-Y-VOTA (administered by the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials Education Fund)

– In addition, CNN has a voter hotline to call if you encounter any problems voting or know of a problem: 1-877-462-6608.

Thanks to Moms Rising for this information.


  1. Voted!

    We got up early this morning so we could be there when the polls opened. Even then we waited an hour but it was worth it because the kiddos got to see how it works.

    We have had so many discussions about the candidates, that to be able to exercise our right to vote was thrilling.

    I was disappointed that we were the only ones who had school age kids with them. (Yes, we were late for school but it was worth it!)

  2. voted. cried as i did it….still tear up a little just thinking about filling in that little circle…

  3. Voted absentee and am following the election over here on our Bangkok holiday. I could not be happier with our new PRESIDENT!!!

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