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Democracy is Just Around the Corner

Here is a Google Maps App that tells you where to go to cast your vote today. (If you’re at school, it’s probably Wien, despite Google’s uncharacteristic misspelling.)

The app also includes reminders like “you must be registered” and whether or not your location offers early voting, which at this point is irrelevant, but still, we will remember this thing for 2010’s election. 

Oh, and check back later today for more election stuff, including a very scientific exit poll.

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  • CUMB says:

    @CUMB are prancing and squealing around in wien courtyard right now. they just stumbled into a rendition of sweet dreams (I think). make it stop, please

  • why the hell says:

    @why the hell have i been hearing screaming people for the past two hours from my schapiro window?

    1. if you're says:

      @if you're facing 115th, that’s the school down the street. you’ve never noticed them before?

  • we vote says:

    @we vote in 2009 too. and for mayor, no less.

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