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Miami Herald's Election Day editorial page

HRC enjoyed this interuption tonight. Did you catch it?


Madonna's doing a pop-up concert in NYC for Hillary!

Madonna ‏@Madonna 1h1 hour ago
Join me with the first President to welcome in our first female President!🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🙏🏻😂

Madonna ‏@Madonna 10m10 minutes ago
Meet me in Washington Square Park at 7:30 Let's Go Hard For Hillary Clinton! 🇺🇸🙏🏻🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🏃🏃🏃🏃🏃🏃


Short clip here is great! https://twitter.com/billboard/status/795791034563362816

billboardVerified account
.@Madonna. Washington Square Park. Right now.

Arial photo of crowd assembling for tonight's rally


2 hours before the event-


Justice Department sends election monitors to 28 states

Source: CNN

Washington (CNN)More than 500 Justice Department election monitors will be on the ground in 28 states on Election Day to help enforce of federal voting rights laws.

The department's civil rights division said Monday it's sending the poll monitors to 67 jurisdictions around the country.

But Tuesday's election is the first presidential election in more than 50 years without federal power to mandate observers inside polling stations.
The monitors being deployed this year can't enter polling places without the authorization from local election officials.
Vanita Gupta, the acting assistant attorney general for civil rights, says the monitors will be able to accomplish most of what was done by observers before the Supreme Court ruling.

"In most cases, voters on the ground will see very little practical difference between monitors and observers," Gupta said. "We work closely and cooperatively with jurisdictions around the country to ensure that trained personnel are able to keep an eye on the proceedings from an immediate vantage point."

Staffers from the Justice civil rights division will handle voting rights complaints by phone. Complaints about violence or intimidation are handled by local authorities, but complaints should also be called in to federal authorities after local officials are contacted. US attorneys offices and the FBI also are involved in helping to enforce federal voting laws.

Read more: http://www.cnn.com/2016/11/07/politics/justice-department-election-monitors/index.html

Trump official says predicting turnout is like predicting your wife's mood

Trump official on tomorrow's turnout: “It’s like predicting your wife’s mood. You have no idea what you’re going to get until you get home”

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Well now I'm just feeling all fickle and shit

FYI: Poll Closing Times

Super handy chart for tomorrow via Daily Kos-

Love and Kindness | Hillary Clinton

4,000 in line to vote this morning at Hamilton Co's lone EV location


Saahil Desai
4,000 people are waiting in line to vote in Cincinnati right now. This is how long the line is.


Saahil Desai ‏@Saahil_Desai 3h3 hours ago
This is what happens when there's only one place to early vote in a county of 800,000+

Andy ‏@_AndyBrown92 Nov 5 Hamilton County Board Of Elections
We are ready for #GuacTheVote at the Hamilton County Board of Elections! Taco truck is on the corner! #OHVotesEarly #SiSePuede


Thanks, NYT. No, really.

Fortify yourself with this before imbibing from today's talking heads. Above the fold yesterday...




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