Things to Know to VOTE TOMORROW.

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Hey. Look. Y’all knew this was coming. Tomorrow is Election Day. It’s important, and you’re gonna do this. I’m not arguing with you. I don’t care if both parties suck, I don’t care if you think it doesn’t really change anything, and I don’t care if you think that voting is a means of diverting the political and mental resources of the proletariat into dead-end politics instead of a worker’s revolution. I. DON’T. CARE. It’s voting time, and if you’re not doing it you’re AN ASSHOLE!

So. Here’s how to do it. You can early vote today if you so wish, from 8am to 2pm. The KAT shuttle will stop at the bookstore and Peirce, and bring you to Mount Vernon’s town square, very close to the Board of Elections.

On Election Day tomorrow, there will also be voting at the Gambier Community Center (where the Rummage Sale is!), and a shuttle will be running there all day from the bookstore. There will also be a March to the Polls at 11:10am in front of Peirce, where Kenyon students will march in droves to the Community Center to vote.

Here are the candidates on the ballot. You’re gonna need a valid ID (driver’s license, you know), the last four digits of your Social Security number, and proof of address (which was emailed to y’all. Just look up “Your Voter ID” and it’ll show up in your inbox).

Do it! Go VOTE.

 

 

Here is an Entire Post About Where to Vote So You Don’t Screw This Up

Happy Election Day everyone. I woke up with my stomach hurting and I think this is just how it’s going to be forever now. You have one last chance to vote, and it’s time for you to prove to everyone that you’re capable of doing this very important task.

Here’s where you can vote:

WHERE:

115 MEADOW LANE
GAMBIER , OH 43022
WHEN:
Open Nov 8 · 6:30 AM–7:30 PM

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November is Coming

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Hey there happy Kampers! As we progress throughout the semester we grow ever closer to November. November is a month on many things: Thanksgiving (and consequently Thanksgiving Break), Veterans Day, Daylight Savings time ends, and, of course, the general election.  On campus, the Clinton interns have been doing an awesome job getting people to register, but along with the privilege of voting in Knox County and the greater Ohio electorate comes the responsibility of making informed decisions for ourselves and the other people who live here. Continue reading

Do it today: Vote in the Special Election

Leslie Knope votes, you should too! (via glamour.com)

It’s finally here, the day we’ve all been waiting for: election day! Ok maybe not, but it’s still important to vote. So be sure to head to the polls and vote in the special election. If you’ve been living under a rock these past few weeks (no judgement, finals have me in a cave as well) and don’t know about the School Levy, check out the Collegian’s article on it here. Make sure to bring a copy of your utility bill, sent via email with the subject “Your Voter ID” from accounting@kenyon.edu (the bill should be attached.) Full details after the jump.  Continue reading

Do it today: Early-Vote Shuttle for School Levy

Tracy Flick would want you to vote in this election.

Tracy Flick would want you to vote in this election.

Remember how fun the presidential election was? Itching to get back to the polls? Well, you’re in luck, because early-vote shuttles for the Mount Vernon school levy will be leaving from Peirce until 3:30 p.m. today — make sure to bring a copy, either printed or electronic, of the email with the subject “Your Voter ID” from accounting@kenyon.edu (the relevant letter should be attached.)

  • What — Convenient early-vote shuttles for the Mount Vernon school levy, an issue that hugely affects our greater community
  • Where — Peirce (You’ll see the sign)
  • When  — All day, up until 3:30 p.m. (polls close at 4)

Catch the ‘Inspiration’ Bug with Shaka Smart ’99

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Like most normal people, I generally ignore the ads that invade my viewing space on websites, especially sports websites. But there’s one ad that’s worth the time and deserves more than a fly’s worth of attention span. On espn.com, beneath the headlines, is a small purple box labeled “Infiniti Coaches’ Charity Challenge.” And, WHAT, Shaka Smart ’99, Virginia Commonwealth University’s head coach, appears to be winning this challenge? Well, let’s check it out!

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