After tomorrow, the campaign to win the election will be over and the campaign to win the post-election fiasco will be in full swing.
Via The Trademark Blog, here is a useful list of voting-related items:
Voting Information
To find out where to vote, check
Learn about e-voting (which we are far too low-tech to use here in Brooklyn) from some leading experts at evoting-experts and read their practical tips on how to cast a vote using a direct recording electronic voting system.
Learn about the various legal challenges to various voting procedures from Prof. Rick Hasen at the Election Law blog
Party or drink away your sorrows with Votergasm, The Election Party, or at another event, such as those in Citysearch’s list of election night events
And, to bring back some links from the last couple of weeks:
The New Yorker’s endorsement of John Kerry for President: The Choice

The Bush Administration has had success in carrying out its policies and implementing its intentions, aided by majorities—political and, apparently, ideological—in both Houses of Congress. Substantively, however, its record has been one of failure, arrogance, and—strikingly for a team that prided itself on crisp professionalism—incompetence.

Ron Suskind, in the NY Times Magazine: Without a Doubt

The [senior White House] aide said that guys like me were ”in what we call the reality-based community,” which he defined as people who ”believe that solutions emerge from your judicious study of discernible reality.” I nodded and murmured something about enlightenment principles and empiricism. He cut me off. ”That’s not the way the world really works anymore,” he continued.

Lawrence Lessig: enblogment: For Kerry

The Price of Loyalty tells a story about a terrifying White House. The terror is the role of politics in this White House. No doubt, every White House has a political director. But at its core, policy should be the driver. Politics might wrap the policy; politics might guide its execution. But if a Presidency is to be more than a machine to assure reelection, then commitment must be to something more than the machine to assure reelection.