Awesome Election Day links

Published 11:32 am Tuesday, November 4, 2008

First of all, keep your browser on the Albert Lea Tribune for a results map and result figures for national and local races.

Then you can open tabs for the following sites:

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The New York Times has a neat interactive map of the United States and other cool stuff.

Wikipedia has a list of newspaper endorsements from all across the United States. Note that the Albert Lea Tribune is included.,_2008

Have you played USA Today’s Candidates Match Game II? This is fun.

This next site could win the award for coolest. It is from iDashboards, and it is interactive at its best. Hover over a state to see the numbers.

CNN provides a hotline and a map of voting problems occurring today.

People are atwitter over Twitter Election.

If you need a laugh, Comedy Central has humor. It is Indecision 2008.

Saturday Night Live has had some its highest ratings in years. If you missed the skits, you can watch them online.

Let’s not forget The Onion:

Here is an interesting Q&A from the Federal Election Commission.

Find out where to vote on Google Maps.

The National Association of Secretaries of State has a site dedicated to helping people find their polling locations.

Smart surfers of the World Wide Web know their way around the Minnesota Secretary of State’s Office site.

Find your way to the elections page of the Freeborn County Auditor-Treasurer’s Office.

This blogger describes a fictional chess game between Barack Obama and John McCain.

If you like free online games, you can enjoy having McCain and Obama play paintball.

About Tim Engstrom

Tim Engstrom is the editor of the Albert Lea Tribune. He resides in Albert Lea with his wife, two sons and dog.

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