Tuesday, February 05, 2008


Weather Could Alter Super Tuesday Turnout

From the AP:

"Another punch of snow loomed over the northern Midwest while thunderstorms crashed through the interior Southeast early Tuesday, potentially hampering voting in many of the states holding primaries and caucuses...

Voters in Alaska were to brave peak winter conditions — including lows of minus 50 degrees — just to reach their caucuses. In Juneau, the state's capital, voters will trudge through more than a foot of new snow."

Think about that if you're not sure if you have the time today to pull up to your local precinct in our 70-degree weather and cast your ballot.


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