My buddies, Andrew Rasiej and Micah Sifry, have finally baked and iced their Personal Democracy Forum cake and it’s up and ready for reading. There’s a nice tech-savvy piece on Markos Moulitsas Zúnig, that’s DailyKos to you and me that went up today. If you’ve been wondering where we’re all headed, Brian Reich provides a clear-eyed look and Kos’s strengths and short-comings from a tech-savvy pol’s point of view.
If you look around the site, you’ll see my name, too, so you’ll get this in stereo. But — and maybe this is just cause the Republican nastygrams came in a bit more furiously than usual this morning — I’d point out that a lot of less-than-Liberal types — the talented smart and ruthlessly honest Josh Trevino from RedState.org, for instance — are also up on the masthead. The idea is to talk about tech and politics from both sides of the aisle.
A valuable voter site has also made its presence known. The People For the American Way Foundation have launched MyPollingPlace.com where folks can find their polling places. Type in your address, they’ll tell you where to vote.
In most states, voting has begun. Here in San Francisco, you can vote – all day, any day of the workweek – at City Hall. So please do.
And the voteornot.com sweepstakes is still with us. Wanna win $100,000? Click here and you’ll get the chance.