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Election time is here in the United States.
Tuesday November 2nd 2004 will be here sooner than we realize. This is a contentious election indeed, with many strongly held political viewpoints on either side, but where does the library world stand?
If you are a registered voter in the United States, and plan to vote in the 2004 Presidential election please take part in this library election poll.
Vote only once, and if you are not able to vote please abstain from this poll.
While I would like to include any and all political parties, I have chosen candidates who are on the ballot in enough states to theoretically win the Electoral College. The
candidates are organized alphabetically by party, as to show no favoritism.
Information on the parties in the poll are located bellow. There will also be options in the poll for "Other Candidate," "Undecided," and "Abstaining My Vote."
Michael Peroutka/Chuck Baldwin-Constitution Party (Wikipedia)
John Kerry/John Edwards-Democratic Party (Wikipedia)
David Cobb/Patricia LaMarche-Green Party (Wikipedia)
Michael Badnarik/Richard Campagna-Libertarian Party (Wikipedia)
Ralph Nader/Peter Miguel Camejo-Reform Party (Wikipedia)
George W. Bush/Richard Cheney-Republican Party (Wikipedia)