(Photo by Bill Pugliano/Getty Images North America)Like the rest of America, team Zimbio headed to the polls today to vote in the most-hyped election ever.We've compiled the accounts of our voting experiences to create a window into what's happening on the ground. Obviously there is some selection bias since we're a Silicon Valley-based company, but our accounts represent several parts of the greater Bay Area.Jake SwearingenAssociate Editor, Zimbio.comPolling Station: 1045 Capp St., San...Read Full Story
Voters cast their ballots at the Registrar of Voters Office November 3, 2008 in San Diego, California. A record number of voters have turned out early to cast their ballots before tomorrow's presidential election. (Photo by Sandy Huffaker/Getty Images North America)Vote.It's the word plastered all over buttons, stickers, posters, Web sites, department stores and television commercials. Vote. It's bigger than "The Office" or Katy Perry or NFL football. It is the dominant cultural meme. Nagel...Read Full Story
(L-R) Republican Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin look-alikes Amy Wilson Faville, Eve Moran, George Cirilo and Shane Hladki display their costumes October 31, 2008 in San Francicso. Sarah Palin costumes are expected to be popular this Halloween. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images North America)Happy Pal-oween everyone. Have you got your Palin-O-Lantern and Palin costumes all ready to go trick-or-treating?It's All Hallow's Eve and Sarah Palin is dominating the holiday. Not only is...Read Full Story
Repbulican presidential nominee Sen. John McCain and his running mate Alaska Governor Sarah Palin and their spouses Todd Palin and Cindy McCain hold a campaing rally at the Giant Center October 28, 2008 in Hershey, PA. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images North America)If John McCain loses the election Tuesday, what will Sarah Palin do?With five days left until this whole crazy thing comes crashing to a racuous anticlimax, that's the question I've been pondering. And it seems I'm not alone...Read Full Story
Tyler Hoe of Nevada listens as Michelle Obama speaks at Doolittle Park during a campaign rally Tuesday in Las Vegas, Nevada. Michelle Obama is campaiging for two days in the battleground states of Nevada, New Mexico and Colorado ahead of the election on November 4. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images North America)Here we are America: Six days until the most-hyped presidential election ever and just two days until Halloween. It's funny how the two butt heads. Halloween costumes inspired...Read Full Story
Election 2008 as seen from behind a computer monitor. Check back here for daily updates on the run-up to the 2008 election season. 2008 Presidential and congressional elections are scheduled for Nov. 4.