More than 800,000 people have already voted in the 2012 general election. A clearer picture of the potential 2012 electorate is emerging in some states where election officials are providing information on who has voted.
If you pay attention to competitive congressional races, you'll know that Ohio's 16th is one to watch. This is democracy in action, and, frankly, it's far more worth watching than this week's VP debate.
Since these new laws and hours worked in 2008, why chance the system for 2012? The question remains, are Ohio's voting hours being influenced by partisan attempts to disenfranchise certain groups of Americans?