The major party candidates have visited Pennsylvania more than any other state this election cycle. Pennsylvania, together the other "swing" states, including Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Minnesota, New Hampshire, Wisconsin, Michigan and Ohio, have become ground zero of election 2004.
Over the next several days, Pittsburghers have organized a series of events to comment on the elections, ranging from a "Corporate Victory" party tonight to rallies (no matter what the outcome) and for students, potential walkouts
if Bush is re-elected. A week of autonomously organized events started with Black Voices For Peace's weekly anti-war vigil on Saturday, October 30th.
Rustbelt Radio will air election day, at 6 PM. Audio recordings or written testimony from your election-day experiences are welcome before 4 PM on Tuesday. Michican IMC has also organized a continuous live webstream covering the election. You can call in live to 1 877 825 9535 no matter what your home state.
Pittsburgh IMC has highlighted our contributors commentary on the elections before this year [ Features 1