I know you all don't need any reminders from me to vote today. We've been looking forward (FORWARD!) to this for a very long time. Anecdotally, turnout is heavy here in Virginia. My husband, voting around 8:30 this morning, testified to the longest lines he's ever seen in the eight years we've lived in Loudoun County. Reports on talk radio from around the area tell of unusually long lines. Jim Geraghty and Michael Barone say Loudoun is a key county to watch.
I plan commit my urgent act of political hygiene later today with my 18 year old son. After that I'll prepare some goodies to enjoy as we all watch the results come in. I'm not 100% confident but I'm feeling pretty good about things. How about you?
While we wait, a couple of diverting campaign tidbits from yesterday:
1) President Obama yesterday in Madison, Wisconsin:
So this should not be that complicated. We tried our ideas; they worked. The economy grew. We created jobs. Deficits went down.Guess I missed that. So did Rush.
2) Bill Clinton -- Bill Clinton -- asks:
Who wants a president that will knowingly, repeatedly tell you something he knows is not true?Exit question: Who is the bigger liar, Clinton or Obama?
Oh man. Look at this: Obama Mural in Philadelphia Polling Place
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