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November 3, 2008

Last Minute Election Link Round-Up

Conservatives Against Sarah Palin: The List is Growing (The Washington Note)
More and more top line conservatives are expressing doubts about Sarah Palin's qualifications to be Vice President.

A Drag on the Ticket? (Yahoo News)
According to a NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll, the number one concern about McCain was Palin's perceived lack of qualifications.

The Fight Against Domestic Violence (Huffington Post)
Joe Biden discusses his National Domestic Violence Volunteer Act and more.

Five questions about America this election may answer (Boston.com)
The impact of the 2008 presidential campaign will depend not only on who wins but also on whether the results signify a deeper realignment in American politics.

Joe Biden Made Me Cry (BlogHer)
Senator Biden helped the National Domestic Violence Hotline "celebrate" its two millionth call. (We put "celebrate" in quotes, because it's not a good thing that two million women needed to make that call, but it is a good thing that those two million women were able to make that call and did make that call).

Tea with Barack Obama's sister (Salon.com)
An interview with Maya Soetoro-Ng on her "awesome" big brother, his early presidential leanings and their mother's legacy.

WomenAgainstPalin.com
A look at the anti-woman policies of McCain and Palin.

Lies About Abortion (Jezebel)
This Fall in California, voters will have the opportunity to pass or defeat the parental-notification bill called "Sarah's Law".

John McCain's Domestic Terrorism Problem (Daily Kos)
John McCain voted twice against legislation that would protect women and their doctors, by making a federal law prohibiting bombings, arson, shootings, blockades and threats of violence at abortion clinics.

Palin: 'I Don't Know' If Abortions Clinic Bombers are Terrorists (Jed Report)
Do we really need to write a summary for this one? I think the title says it all.

NARAL Pro-Choice Voter Guide
Find out which candidates are pro-choice and endorsed by NARAL. (The link takes you to NARAL New York, but just click on the map to find candidates in your state).

Fact Check: The myths that wouldn't go away (Yahoo news)
During the campaign, McCain and Obama produced enduring myths that their supporters amplified and distorted even more.

Election day dress code (may be) enforced (Cafepress.com)
In some states, it may be prohibited to wear political gear at the voting booth, resulting in being turned away and in some cases, arrest. By definition, displaying political messages on T-Shirts, buttons and such is considered “electioneering” and is not allowed near some state's voting booths. So wear those t-shirts and buttons today, but keep them at home when you go to vote tomorrow!

Voters Across Nation Hit by Dirty Tricks (AOL news)
Intimidation, misinformation and plain old trickery are just an example of the lengths that some people will go to keep people from voting. Don't be fooled!

Election Information You Need (Vote411.org)
Do a last minute check of your polling place and get info on candidates and ballot measures in your area. (Sponsored by the League of Women Voters Education Fund).


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