A bunch of articles about the election, although, of course, no results until this evening.
- The Inquirer has two stories about the competitive New Jersey governor race, pointing out its unprecedented expense and vitriolic finish. Voters are sufficiently turned off that turn-out may be lower than usual.
- Tom Fitzgerald also provides a quick summary of the issues and candidates on today's ballots in Southeastern Pennsylvania.
- Daily News columnist Chris Brennan finds the whole election a yawner, although he notes that both judicial retention issues and the charter change ballot measure are charged by this year's voter anger.
- His colleague John Baer feels that current political events are exciting, including the possible pay-raise repeal, local ethics measure, and possible judge-ousting in his enthusiasm. Sounds a bit like he's sniffing the fumes of revolution...
- And finally, cartoonist Signe wonders who could possibly oppose pay-to-play reform? (and snarks a few answers)
Don't forget to vote on your way home!