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Tuesday, November 6, 2012

November 6, 2012 - Election Day - Morning Headlines

- Today's Morning Headlines features the major news networks' websites' offerings and their feature election articles:

     - CNN:

     - Fox News:

      - ABC News (currently down, will update ASAP)

      - CBS News:;leadHed

     - NBC News:

     - USA Today:

*** Be sure to go out and vote!!! ***


  1. Good luck to everyone on their candidates/Congressman and ballots this election. :)

  2. I just read a blurb on that is tracking voting issues in the area. One mentions an issue in an area of town that is predominantly hispanic. Apparently there is no interpreted there to be found. This may sound ignorant but I seriously don't get it... If you can't speak and/or read English, perhaps you shouldn't vote or even be allowed to vote. If I became a citizen of Germany, I wouldn't expect an interpreter to help me vote. As a citizen (and as a requirement to become a citizen), shouldn't I know how to, at least on a functional level, speak the native language?