Monday, March 20, 2006

Get Out and Vote Tuesday, March 21

Tuesday is Election Day. Don't forget to vote, especially with a blizzard warning in effect for central Illinois. That could make a difference in the Governor's race, so best not to make any excuses. You can even see a little movie on how to use those new touch screen voting machines by clicking here. If you don't like the idea of the touch screen, you can vote an optical scan ballot, and learn how to use the optical scan ballot here. Polls are open 7AM until 7PM. You will have to choose between a Republican or a Democrat ballot--that is unless you only want to vote on the county-wide referendum. If that's the case, ask for a non-partisan ballot.

If you're at work and forgot your list of judicial candidates, you can print out the list of qualified candidates from the Chicago Bar Association and take it with you into the polling place.

Confused as to who is running in your district? If you type in your address here, you can see all the people who are running in your precinct.

Rember to Vote "No" on the Countywide Health Referendum. If you need reasons, you can check out the Backyard Conservative. While her choice of fonts makes that post look wild--what on earth did she do?--I assure you that her her thinking is always based on a great deal of first-rate research and her belief that tax increases are not a good thing.


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