As you consider whether you will go out in the last 10 minutes before the polls close to get that one last voter, remember what happened because we fell 550 votes short in Florida in 2000. Those 550 votes had enormous, historic consequences.
I wish everyone who couldn't be bothered to even register could see that lady in the wheelchair's courage in the face of adversity. I vow to remember her whenever I feel like complaining about a long day.
The Social Security Administration says that it cannot find a "match" for 46 percent of the forms that it processes. In Florida, that means voter registration ends up slightly more reliable than a coin flip.