But do you really come here to read the plight of the more than 500,000 Americans who don't have representation in Congress? If so, get active at DC Vote.
If not, you might be interested in political news out of Minnesota where one hopeful, who is probably a tea partying Communist (oh, it's possible), may have voted to tax bacon AND beer. Check this out:
I mean, would Jim the Election Guy lead us on? Well, probably. Actually, Jim the Election Guy is probably a tea partying Communist too.
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|DC Voting Rights Act - Eleanor Holmes Norton|
Believe it or not, residents of Washington, DC once had a vote but Congress took it away with the passage of the Organic Act in 1801. DC residents have been allowed to vote in Presidential elections since 1961.
So, when you head to the polls in November remember you're not just voting for your representation you're also voting for ours.