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McCain Campaign Blog: Reports from Battleground States

Original post made by Tyler Hanley, digital editor of Palo Alto Online, on Oct 31, 2008

If you are one of the hundreds of local residents traveling to Nevada, Colorado, New Mexico and other battleground states to help turn out the vote and monitor polling places we'd like you to share your experiences on Town Square.

Blog about your experiences through the weekend and on election day and night. Describe the atmosphere, what you are assigned to do, the reaction of voters, the mood of the campaign headquarters...whatever you want. Make it your personal diary of your experiences.

This will be open only to those who register on Town Square (it's easy...just click on "register" at the top of the page) and we ask that you use your real first name in making your posts so readers can track your individual postings as you make them.

We will remove all comments that aren't first-person posts from campaign volunteers. We want a place where these volunteers can report on their experiences, not for people to debate the merits of the postings or the candidates.

Hopefully, this will be a fun way to follow what's happening in each campaign in some of the states that will decide the election.

Please join in and share!

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