Fight Against the Smear Campaigns

Whether you’re a Democrat, Republican, or Undecided, I know you’re tired of the smear campaigns. Especially now that the elections are right around the corner. I for one, can’t wait for the elections to be over with already, because I’m plain sick of the commercials, junk mail, and random phone calls.

This is where StopTheSmears.com steps in. Stop the Smears hopes to play a role in exposing the methods and goals of the people who smear Democrats, so that the people of America can make their votes based on the real issues.

Stop the Smears actually only fights back against smear campaigns against the Democrats, but I looked around for a site in similar fashion to this for the Republicans, but it only came up with John McCains site. Obviously that site can’t be trusted. One site that I do actively follow that pulls out the facts from both sides though is FactCheck.org.

I recommend visiting both of these site and study them hard before you vote. Unless of course you voted early. It’s still good to know the facts, even if you did vote though.

Play photojournalist on Election Day

I’m sure you’re tired by now from hearing about “election this, election that…” Well, too bad, because I found a cool little article especially for Election Day.

The Polling Place Photo Project is a nationwide experiment that has been going on for a few years now. No photo background required; the interested, everday voter can participate this year by taking a few photojournalistic pictures of the chaoitc and crowded polling places.

It’s that time again

Where has the time gone? If you think about all the huge and significant events that has happened within the last four and eight years, it seems that that amount of time just isn’t large enough to fit it all in. And once again, it’s that time; time to vote. Make a positive change.

Let me apologize ahead of time to all the McCain followers, for this entry is not for you… Design for Obama is a site illustrating different Pro Obama posters designed by 30 graphic designers. You’re able to print the design to proudly display in your cubical, office, home, where ever. There’s also a flickr group created for this site that you’re able to visit and submit your own design. Happy printing! And voting!