OH MY GOD. OH MY GAWD. Election Day. Yep, the show is here. Look up your polling place here if you still don't know where to vote. The Sconz will be keeping you updated all day with election updates, both state and national. Of course, this is another prime time to remind you to follow The Sconz on Twitter or add Wiss Sconz as a friend on facebook. Citizenship in Sconz Nation is automatically granted to friends of the latter.
Barrett and Walker make final campaign stops.
Dems are blaming Duffy for changing his victory party location, which will affect the location of various polling places.
Michael Kinsley argues U.S. is not the greatest country in the world. Today may prove it, he says.
Our neighbors to the West certainly are not exempt from campaign excitement. While it looks like Mark Dayton will easily win election as governor, longtime Rep. Jim Oberstar (D-MN) may lose tonight.
The Senate and the House? Sheesh...that's chump change. The real thing that matters is the state legislatures and the redistricting that will define politics for the next decade.
Julie Lassa says the DISCLOSE Act needed.
The Bush rehabilitation begins. Just like Tricky Dick.
In case there was any confusion, Spencer Black DID rescind his endorsement of Brett Hulsey.
Not quite as good as his column in the Onion, but still on message: "I will never be a politician," says Ron Johnson.
State paying out damages to inmates who were sexually abused by prison guard. I'm guessing both guv candidates will think this is another example of "Cadillac" service for prisoners.
Brenda Konkel points out a election night parties to attend. I can't imagine she is considering Mahoney's, but she lists it anyway.
Look at an interactive Twitter Traffic map on the elections.
Republicans will win many more governorships, says Nate Silver. Walker over a 90% favorite according to his model.