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Reimagining circumstances on Election Day

Fun story lines this season have included Joe the Plumber.

By Amara Birman

Shortly before the election, I am thinking about what David Broder said — that this is the best campaign he ever covered.

Personally, I think it could have been better, and much. Obama is tremendously flawed as I have pointed out in previous posts, but McCain is as exciting as a potato. Biden...

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Tired of Bush, voters will choose Obama

By Lynne Serpe

My prediction is that Barack Obama will win the White House.

Not because of his fundraising prowess, his charisma or his excellent oratory skills — although they are considerable. He will win because people from across the political spectrum are tired of the Bush administration and they want change.

Obama will win because he recognized that desire early on,...

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Pick GOP today for a better tomorrow: The case for McCain

Strong choice for strong nation: The case for Obama

Beyond politicians on the nation's ballots

A two-year odyssey ends

By Adrian Lee

As we bid farewell to the two-year odyssey that has been the 2008 presidential election I wanted to say one last thank you: to amNY, thanks for giving me the opportunity to blog. To my fellow bloggers, thanks for being so rancorous and intelligent. To all of our readers, thank you for giving us purpose.

No matter who wins tomorrow, we should all note and appreciate the...

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Make your vote count. Vote third party

Vision — not race — should be a factor for voters

Dirty tricks to gain votes

What to know when you hit the polls

Be a part of history. If you’re an eligible voter, here are some voting essentials:

* Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.

* If you don’t know where your voting site is, visit vote-ny.com.

* Registered voters won’t likely need to present ID for proof of address, but bring your driver’s license, another photo ID or a utility bill just in case.

* If you...

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