Politics and Opinions

 

 

Today (November 4, 2008) marks a date that will go down in history as Americans decide who will be the next U.S. president. During the past few weeks, different political opinions have polarized the nation. You can see it everywhere—candidate signs grounded in the lawns of your neighbor’s yard, bumper stickers on cars driving in front of you that endorse a presidential pick, signs resting on windowsills saying yes or no on propositions, political news coverage on your local news channel, or even political ads circulating the web. Politics is everywhere, and it is on the minds of millions of Americans. Even if you think that your presidential vote will not count or is pointless in an electoral voting system (not popular votes), elections are a lot more than just the president—make yourself heard on your state’s propositions.

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