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Nov 06 2012

Come see our live election night coverage at 9 PM Eastern!

Just like pretty much everyone else, Heather and I have a lot of nervous tension to burn off about this whole election thing, so we’ll be holding a special live show on BlogTV at 9 PM Eastern time tonight, covering the presidential race and other important races and measures on the ballot this year. If you have any suggestions for particular races and proposals we should cover, feel free to recommend them in the comments or during the show. We’ll keep it going until we’re too tired to continue. See you there!

Update: We’re going to bed. Elizabeth Warren won, Florida Amendments 1, 6 and 8 were rejected, and Virginia Question 1 was approved. We are happy about all of this. Let’s hope marriage does well in Maine, Maryland, Minnesota and Washington. See you tomorrow!

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  1. 1
    Matthew Ulmen

    the obvious one would be the marriage Equality ones. I was thinking of doing something too but you guys are much more entertaining than I am.

  2. 2
    Psychopomp Gecko

    No matter how Florida goes, Amendments 6 and 8 aren’t going to be law. Truly a victory for Flotidians of all states.

    No, think about it.

    1. 2.1
      Psychopomp Gecko

      Floridians* of all states

  3. 3
    gworroll

    Maine and Maryland are solid. Washington looks good, but is still somewhat uncertain.

    Minnesota, we’re leading a bit, though our side there comes down to how hard it will be to recognize equality later. Still, the right side of this issue seems to be winning. We at least won’t get new obstacles there.

  4. 4
    thebookofdave

    R74 in Washington looks like it passed by a 3.58% vote margin, or almost 70k votes (one of them mine).

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