Election Day edition!

Perhaps you're like me and you're having a hard time concentrating today because every single news report / Facebook post makes you more nervous about how this election is going to turn out. If that's the case, here's some good Election Day reading material that might distract you (at least temporarily) from obsessively hitting Refresh for the next five or so hours. 

The Washington Post did an extremely comprehensive survey of Tea Party organizations across the country, trying to "gauge the scope" of the movement. The results are fascinating. 


Ever wonder why we vote on Tuesdays? It's because of horses and buggies. 


The New York Times wants to know: What one word describes your current state of mind?


Awesome chart with national perspective from my BosPhx colleague David Bernstein. 



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