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Tuesday, November 6, 2012

e.l.f. Election Day Sale (free shipping on orders $15+)


In honor of Election Day here in the US, e.l.f. is offering free shipping on orders of $15 or more with code VOTE15 (expires at Midnight tonight, 11/6).

Sidenote: I hope everyone reading this who is in the US and of voting age is getting out to the polls today to let your voice be heard. Also, I would like to pass along one little tip to you if you're a new/young voter:

Many (many) years ago when I voted in my first presidential election, I didn't know that you could leave things blank. I thought that if you voted, you HAD to cast a vote on everything on the ballot (propositions, city council members, etc.). Well, I later found out that this is not the case, so I would just like to pass that along to you if you're not aware. It's OK to leave things blank on your ballot if you're not sure about how to vote. The votes you DO cast will be counted, so don't let that stop you from voting.

Happy election day! If you'd like, leave a comment if you voted today (please don't reveal who or what you voted for though--I'd like to keep this non-partisan). I'd love to know how many Nouveau Cheap readers voted today!

4 COMMENTS:

  1. I voted! My state is mail-in only (WA) but my ballot went in the mail Monday. I'll be watching nervously as returns come in tonight.

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  2. great tip G! i voted. it'll be interesting to see which way my state (PA) goes.

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  3. I voted!

    If anyone has trouble voting, voting questions, or notices anything odd at the polls, you can call Election Protection at 1-866-OUR-VOTE. They are a nonpartisan organization that will help you figure out where to vote, if you can vote, etc.

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  4. I am from Romania and I also found myself in situations where I've felt like there was no choice on the ballot for me. But in my country they advise you to never leave the ballot blank, unmarked. They say that if you do that, it could be tampered with and you may cast a vote in one direction whether you like it or not. That's why they advise us to stamp our ballots for both parties if we are unsure - but to never-never leave it empty (of course, there is much corruption in my country, but I do believe that stamping both options is a better way of casting a neural vote).

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