Yep, it's Election Day---and not just any election day, either, since we are choosing a President this year. And whoever wins, this will be a history-making event as either the first female or the first African-American will be elected to serve a term at the White House. Do you want to miss out on a chance to help make history? Then make sure you get your butt down to your local polling place and punch some cards or pull some levers, if you haven't done it already.
And even if you don't really care much for McCain or Obama, there are dozens of downticket races in each and every state---Senate seats, House seats, seats in your local legislature or county government, judgeships and commissionerships, and hundreds of ballot measures to decide across the country. A lot of what happens over the next two to four years---and how your taxes get spent, or don't---will depend on what happens at polling places across the country today, so do your patriotic duty, as a citizen and a taxpayer, and get out and vote! And if you've already voted, give your favorite political party or candidate's office a call on the phone, and find out how you can get involved with helping others to vote today.