Monday, November 3, 2014

Election Day in the US

Tomorrow is Election Day in the US.

It's a "midterm" election, meaning we are almost halfway through this Presidential term, and as such we are not voting for President, but we are voting:

1) To elect about 1/3rd of our Senate
2) To elect our entire House of Representativea
3) To elect Governors in some states.
4) For various state and local offices and in some states, on some laws.

This blog is wont tell you who should get your vote, other than to encourage you to support those who are most supportive of marriage equality.
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