It’s something forward-thinking digital journos have been doing for years — even before the social and mobile fast trains left...
A few good resources from the Post and other places:
*The Fix’s Election Night Viewer’s Guide: What to watch for in every.single.state http://wapo.st/VvLa3Z
* How to follow the election on Twitter (hashtags, lists a MUST for making any sense of it): http://wapo.st/SPmEZy
* Our projections for Prez/House/Sen/Gov: http://wapo.st/NsLexN
* NYT’s awesome “512 Paths” let’s you see each candidate’s path to 270 electoral votes: http://nyti.ms/Ue3oH7
* Find your polling place here: http://bit.ly/XeUvxH.
* Go to said polling place. No app for that, some things you gotta do IRL.
* Webby-endorsed apps and news sites for following politics: http://bit.ly/PSvJl0
* Poynter’s guide to avoiding Social media #FAILs on Election day and not spreading bad info: http://bit.ly/PSvR40
Did I miss anything awesome?
Five swing states could be heavily influenced by Hispanic voters this November, and in the wake of the the Supreme Court health-care decision, recent polling indicates their support will bolster President Obama for a second time.
One day after the Court’s decision came down on June 28, mostly upholding Obamacare, 60 percent of registered Hispanic voters said they preferred government-ensured health care over a private option in a Latino Decisions poll.
Interesting stuff here.
Regardless of who you support, which candidate do you trust to do a better job addressing women’s issues – Obama or Romney? Why?
Washington Post photographers and audio journalists traveled across Virginia to collect portraits and responses to that question for the first part of our “Liberty through the lens” project.
We want your answers too. Reply here, send your photo, or tweet your response using the hashtag #VoterVoices.