Residents in swing states like Ohio and Florida have been treated to a seemingly endless assault of television spots promoting the presidential candidates. Special interest groups fueled by PACs, super PACs, unions, industry advocates, and other big dollar spenders are blasting their political opponents with every available second of airtime. Those of us in decidedly red states like Georgia are essentially a political afterthought. Nate Silver's 538 Blog has GA rated at 99.9% in the tank for Romney. We've been spared the prodding and pleading.
It's enough to discourage a Georgian from voting at all...almost.
This is why so many folks are devoting energy to encouraging everyone to get out the vote, including Representative John Lewis, who joined the cause Gangham Style:
Governor Romney's supporters prefer a more "straight forward" approach:
Obama supporters like Will Ferrell, Sarah Silverman and Joss Whedon (wearing their political hearts directly on their sleeves) are using humor, irony and spot-on satire to scare up support for the President:
The best "get out the vote" piece we've seen this election comes from Comedy Central's "Key & Peele"
It's like the Olympics: after tomorrow, it'll be four more years before we get to enjoy so many delightful displays of prowess.
Enjoy it while it lasts!
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