Tuesday, November 07, 2006


Election Day

I voted - or so the small, circular, red sticker says that I got at the polls. (Yes, I really did vote.) Did my civic duty.

According to the CBS Evening News, Minnesotans lead the pack in number of people who go to the polls. We're so good at voting that they called the state "The Voting Capital of America." Seventy-seven percent of eligible voters in the state turned out at the 2004 elections. Just one of the many good things about Minnesota.

Now, if only the news anchors would quit trying to call races before the polls close, or before even 3% of the votes are tallied . . . . Can't we let the vote-counters work all night and tell us in the morning?

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