Twitter Vote Report in Action
Posted by Allison Fine on October 30, 2008
“So, what’s all this about?” Some folks have been asking me that question in the past few weeks when I’ve told them about Twitter Vote Report. As of yesterday when the site went up, I can point to it and see, this is what it’s all about:
- “#votereport yesterday in #NC #28269 2.5 hr wait at library #early”
- “#votereport #early #89501 Downtown Reno Libarary 1 minute wait time”
- “#votereport #02128 #bad #reg I have not received my mail-in registration confirmation, and the MA phone number has been busy for a week!”
- “#votereport #60657 the electronic voting machines were awesome. showed you a paper receipt before finally casting your ballot.”
- “#votereport! I voted #early today in Arlington VA (#22201). Exp. was #good; #wait:30 min. I arrived at 8AM.”
- “My #early #votereport – absentee ballots in #48823 require extra postage. Don’t let a $0.15 slipup keep your voice from being heard!”
My favorite is the postage situation in North Carolina. I’ve asked my friend Cheryl Graeve, head of field operations at the National League of Women Voters to check that one out!
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