“Hi Haters”- Lena Dunham
A look back at the most GIF’d year in the history of the electoral process.
That Obama mask is all kinds of off. (via reddit.com)
Disappearing Romney tracks Mitt Romney’s Facebook “like” count in real time. There’s something oddly hypnotic about it.
The god of election predictions admits calling one thing wrong.
“Figure out why obama is so skinny and you will figur out why he became the president… ?”
While the results rolled in, some New York voters (and non-voters) hit Match.com’s singles mixer, which turned out to be a bastion of political apathy.
An emotional election night for fans of the president.
Oh if only we had charts and graphs to show we knew Ann would wear red and Paul Ryan would wear baggy!
Get ready to be inspired everyone.
Cheer up, it’s only the president.
“I think the decision by Romney to leave Chris Christie at the altar was the most devastating decision they made,” the MSNBC host says.
Get drunk on democracy and booze (mostly booze). Regardless of party affiliation or cable network affiliation, you can play along at home!
Will Bo Obama continue to reign as First Pet, or will Romney’s Dressage horse take the crown?
After months of careful deliberation, here are the official rankings, judged on the grounds of believability, badassness, dance moves, and foreign policy.
It doesn’t get much better than Paul Ryan shortbread.
Moms really want to make sure you’re voting today. And that you know how long the lines are. And that you voted for the right candidate. AND AND AND.
The cutest disgruntlement of Election Day. Waiting in line sucks.
From Washington, DC, to Washington state, a night of votes with consequences for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people.
If you have absolutely no other information about either candidate …you might as well choose based on who their most well-known celebrity supporters are?
A hypothetical world in which Romney appoints a judge to the Supreme Court who helps overturn Roe v. Wade. And it’s all your fault.
Take this super-fast quiz and find out. (You know you want to.)
Advance staffers on the ground, while lawyers pack their bags.
No matter who wins, everyone will agree that you’re awesome.
“This is Cher, bitches. Do what she says … and God bless America,” Kathy Griffin says in a new web ad focused on turning out voters for women’s rights. GOP comments on abortion dominate the ad by the people behind 2008’s “Great Schlep.”
The two campaigns prepare to fight over everything from Hurricane Sandy to voter ID laws. Ohio, Florida, Colorado, Virginia and Pennsylvania are the states to watch for election litigation.
The president presses attack on misleading Romney spot. UPDATE: Romney camp responds.