Public Service Announcement of the Day: Go Vote!

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Public Service Announcement of the Day: Go Vote!
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For the 9,000th time, go to the polls and vote! For details on poll opening and closing times for individual states, check out Ballotpedia.

Impending S**tstorm of the Day

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YouTuber CentralPAVote brings this footage of what appears to be a malfunctional voting machine that would check a vote for Mitt Romney even when the voter repeatedly filled the ballot for Barack Obama. Also check out the Reddit thread for the real-time development on this story.

Resentment of the Day

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Resentment of the Day
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In the golden words of Wu-Tang Clan: "Cash rules everything around me, C.R.E.A.M, get the money, dollar dollar bills y'all." Image based on the image template of "Shut Up and Take My Money," submitted by Know Your Meme user FunkPumpkin.

Cynicism of the Day

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Check out this satirical animation short explaining the U.S. electoral process in the style of Schoolhouse Rock! songs from the forthcoming FOX evening cartoon program Animation Domination High Definition (ADHD).

Single Topic Blog of the Day

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Single Topic Blog of the Day
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Check out "Binders Full of Burgers," a delicious collection of fast food-themed infographic charts visualizing the stats behind the 2012 U.S. presidential campaigns, such as this comparison of Obama and Romney's campaign spendings (shown left). Created by German artists Lisa Rienermann and Anna Lena schiller who also worked on a similar project for the 2011 Berlin state election with waffles and fruits.

U.S. Election Stuff of the Day

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As we countdown to the final hours before the U.S. presidential election, a number of celebrities including Will Ferrell (shown left), Chris Rock, Jay-Z, Beyoncé and even Mr. Burns have come up with last-minute endorsement messages.

U.S. Election Stuff of the Day

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The latest meme workshop from Reddit is based on an Associated Press photograph of President Obama on the phone at a campaign fundraiser event in Orlando, FL. According to ABC News reporter Devin Dwyer, the photograph was taken right after Obama realized that he had called the wrong number, who was quoted as saying:

"Hi is this Ann? Hi, is this Ann? Oh, I'm sorry, I must have the wrong number."

Well, if the President of the United States calls you by accident, I guess you just gotta deal with it.