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With 126 days to midterm elections is right around the corner in November and with that said incumbents are feeling the brunt of the American people’s frustration.
I just read an article on the Washington Post http://voices.washingtonpost.com/thefix/2008/11/alaska_senate_count_the_votes.html?hpid=topnews about the 2008 elections in Alaska to determine their United State Senator. I was really s
This makes me ultra happy ^.^
Diversity in the capital, a goal far off, but slowly in the making.
FILIPINO AMERICAN WINS OHIO CONGRESSIONAL SEAT
I was ecstatic to wake up after a nap at 8:30p to see on TV that Obama would be our next president. Berkeley students and citizens were taking to the streets on Bancroft and Telegraph amassing in a huge crowd cheering yelling dancing clapping for Obama and the future of our country.
VOTE! VOTE! VOTE! VOTE! VOTE! VOTE! VOTE! VOTE! VOTE! VOTE!
I know I don't need to remind you all, but let's call/text/e-mail all our friends and family who are registered to VOTE! tomorrow.
The article posted below gives interesting insight into why Vietnamese Americans are supporting McCain.
[I first saw this on http://drepoetic.wordpress.com/]
Spoken word artist, Kelly Zen-Yie Tsai, speaks on race and the elections:
I just got back from spending quality time with my mom's side of the family during my cousin's wedding, then a week of mother-daughter bonding in Mazatlan, Mexico. My mom greeted some family members whom we haven't seen since the last family reunion in 2005, by asking the rhetorical question, "Who are you going to vote for?
According to a NY Times investigation, voter rolls have been trimmed in six states-- Colorado, Indiana, Ohio, Michigan, Nevada and North Carolina--as a result of state governments botching compliance with 2002 election leigslation meant to overhaul and streamline the voter registration process.