If you're at least 18 years old and American, read this!
Tomorrow is Election Day, and it is your chance to help decide what could be the most important Presidential election since 1972.
Statistically, 18–24-year-olds are the least likely age group to vote. So why should you vote this year? Well, if you don't want to get drafted for the US military (yes, there is rumor that Bush will reinstate the draft next year), or you're concerned about the situation in Iraq, or you're just plain sick of your college tuition going ever higher every year, you should vote.
Don't think your vote will count? Yes, the electoral college is flawed (so is run-off voting!) but your vote will help determine which candidate will get your state's electoral votes.
All I can say is that you should vote with your heart. Just remember that if you don't vote, you're saying you don't care. Therefore, you shouldn't complain about your tuition, the war in Iraq, your reproductive rights, etc.
"I have tasted you Minnesota, and Minnesota you are tasty."
1997.10.11 - St Paul, MN [Roy Wilkins Auditorium]
1998.12.01 - Minneapolis, MN [First Ave.]
1999.05.30 - Somerset, WI [Float Rite Park]
2000.11.29 - St. Paul, MN [Roy Wilkins Auditorium]
2004.05.11 - Minneapolis, MN [First Ave.]
2005.07.24 - Minneapolis, MN [HHH Metrodome]
2009.06.19 - St. Paul, MN [Roy Wilkins Auditorium]
2010.07.05 - St. Paul, MN [Harriet Island]