Tag Archive for Presidential Election

Last Day for Vote by Mail and Early Voting

Today is the last day to request a Vote by Mail Ballot or to Vote Early. I’m avoiding the lines and voting by mail. What are you going to do to make sure your vote doesn’t get stumped? For more information please call (714) 567-7600 (and push “0″) or visit their website at: www.ocvote.com/mail or www.ocvote.com/early.…

Barack Obama: In One Week…

From: Amanda Scott, Barack Obama for President Senator Obama spoke to residents of Canton, Ohio today as he made his case for change during his closing argument. In his speech, Senator Obama told voters that after twenty-one months and three debates, Senator McCain still has not been able to tell the American people a single…

Huge Crowds for Obama in Denver

More than 100,000 people gathered at the Colorado State Capitol in Denver today to see Barack Obama speak. For the McCain campaign, 3,000 is a large crowd. Not so much for Obama. Later this evening, Obama drew another 50,000 people at Colorado State University.

How will voting be different this time in OC?

You’ve probably heard about the long lines at early voting locations in Florida, and voting machine problems in West Virginia. You may be wondering though; what about Orange County? Does this foretell problems like we experienced in 2006? Two years ago we had problems with our electronic voting equipment, not enough paper ballots, and two…

OC Democrats Party Of The Year!

Join Democrats from all over the Orange County for the Democratic Party’s Official Election Night Party! Tuesday, November 4th 8 pm to Midnight Sutra Lounge 1870 Harbor Blvd. (in the Triangle Square) Costa Mesa, CA 92627 Take a walk down our red-carpet media walk, enjoy great food and drinks, and celebrate a historical night with…

Get Out The Vote For Change

There are a lot of election contests right here in Southern California for us to work on. If you want to get involved locally, contact the Democratic Party of Orange County and they’ll connect you to a campaign. In addition to making calls and walking precincts for local candidates, they can also connect you to…

Well Dad, what are you waiting for?

I voted yesterday with my son, Ethan, sitting beside me at the kitchen table. My wife Suzie, who is a naturalized Vietnamese-American, insists on the ritual of going to the polls on election day. Looking at our son, she said, “Our community fought so hard for this right that I’d rather vote on election day.”…