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Tell us your Election Day stories / by Maria Hinojosa | November 6, 2012

Tell us your Election Day stories
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Decision day has finally arrived after a long, contentious campaign season. We urge all our listeners who are registered voters to exercise your civic right and let your choice be known at the polls.

Did you vote early? Do you live in a battleground state? Did Hurricane Sandy displace you from your polling site? What was the craziest, most inspiring, most unusual thing you saw out there? Post pictures and tell us all about it below, or call our listener line 646-571-1228 and please tell us your name and where you’re calling from.

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Thornton said the sign isn’t meant to sway voters to vote for any particular party, but rather to urge participation in November’s presidential election. He said he believes some black voters have grown complacent because of President Obama’s stance on same-sex marriage.

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