For those of you who prefer old-school Election Day voting, here are your precinct locations for Tuesday:
Note that some precincts only have one party or the other at them. Primaries are run by the respective parties, and if there aren’t enough voters at a given location for a party, they’ll combine it with some other precincts. Just because you vote there in November doesn’t mean you’ll vote there in March, so check your locations before you head out.
And if you vote in the Democratic primary, be sure to come back to your E-Day location for the precinct convention. You can do that whether you voted early or not, and you can also be nominated to attend the Senate convention even if you’re not there, as long as you did vote. You can also bring one or more resolutions to be voted on by the convention attendees. Resolutions that are adopted get taken to the Senate District conventions, and if there is enough support for them there, to the state convention in June, where they can be voted on to be part of the state party platform. Here’s a list of suggested resolutions from the Progressive Action Alliance, along with instructions on what to do with them. Be sure to print at least three copies to bring with you. This list is from 2008, so a few of these are out of date, and for the record a few of them I would not vote for. Most of them are pretty basic to the Democratic Party philosophy. This is your chance to really influence what the TDP stands for, so take the opportunity to support one of these, or follow the instructions to write your own, and bring it to the precinct convention. I’ll be there to preside over Precinct 3, so come on out and stay involved, but whatever else you do, make sure you vote.
UPDATE: Stace has a good resolution as well.