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Reading up before the election

Today's the last day to register to vote in order to be eligible by Election Day. So if you haven't done that yet, get on it!

Now, I won't attempt to give a rundown on every relevant issue up for a vote this election cycle. If you've been reading the papers, you know all about the slots referendum, and possibly even Question C on the Baltimore ballot.

(OK, Question C is about library funding; I will be posting more on that soon.)

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What I will focus on is presidential politics. With all the ruckus, it's easy to get caught up in the politics, and overlook the issues.

That's what's so great about the Internet: You can read all about your candidates from the comfort of your own home, office or local library, without those pesky campaign volunteers at your door, or commentators yelling for your attention.

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Also, it brings you this fantastic blog, but that's the subject of another post.

So here are your presidential options:

Yeah, I was shocked at the number of candidates, too. Happy reading! And please don't be too angry with me if I missed anyone...

* I do not normally condone the use of Wikipedia to get your presidential information, but www/geneamondson.com wasn't working when I tested it.

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