Live Blog Captures Election Day 2012 With Words and Images
South suburban Patch editors published updates and photos from their communities throughout the day Tuesday. Read the transcript to see what went down at polling precincts across the Southland.
Editor's Note: The following is the live blog that ran Tuesday, Nov. 6. You can read the transcript for a look at the updates and photos from Patch editors.
Beginning at 10 a.m., Patch will be live-blogging what's happening as voters cast their ballots in the south suburbs, from precincts to parties.
At Patch, Election Day isn't just about waiting for results to roll in. Your local editors will be updating this blog throughout the day, posting photos and stories from Southland polling places. Of course, when the polls close at 7 p.m., editors will be monitoring the vote tallies for all the races that matter most to you.
The live-blog is also where you can share your thoughts and experiences on Election Day. Tell us what voter turnout is like at your precinct. Ask your local Patch editor a question about a particular race. You can even upload a photo of your I Voted sticker. In fact, we encourage it.
Check with your local Patch site's 2012 Election Guide before you vote. Then come back to keep track of the races and issues that matter to you.
South Suburban 2012 Election Guides
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