November 05, 2002
A tour of Texas blogger voting

Rob Humenik likes eSlate with a couple of reservations. He also has a boatload of links about turnout and some advice on who to vote for.

Larry finds an interesting analogy for voting. He also thinks that the eSlate machines are poorly designed.

Karin is a voter of few words.

Jack Cluth closes out his campaign for Governor by promising to name his dog the Official State Mascot.

Ted is still AWOL. One suspects he voted for a few Democrats either today or during early voting.

Alex is on hiatus as well, but before he left he gave us some thoughts about the Governor's race and the Hatfields and McCoys of Pasadena.

Scott was unable to vote due to an out of date registration.

Kevin was an early bird today and will reward himself with various distractions for the rest of the day.

Emilie recalls Election Days past.

Greg is celebrating his birthday today by voting straight Democrat, among other planned festivities. He also gives the wherefores of voting.

Binkley has a whole lot of election stuff. Start at the top and scroll down.

HWRNMNBSOL has all the news you'll need.

Greg Wythe encountered some sleepy poll workers and a paper ballot for a State Senate race. He also has some interesting numbers up, so start at the top and scroll down.

Angie Schultz corrects the Corner's weather report.

Owen is voting Republican. No surprise there. He also has his predictions up.

I plan on watching Buffy and 24. Such are the benefits of voting early.

Posted by Charles Kuffner on November 05, 2002 to Election 2002 | TrackBack

Owen Courreges is voting Republican? I'm shocked....

Posted by: Jack Cluth on November 5, 2002 8:57 PM

I'm as shocked as you are...

Posted by: Owen Courrèges on November 7, 2002 11:20 AM