Election Day is Here. Finally.
Today, while we sweat through exit poll data and pundits’ punditry, we thought we’d revisit some of our favorite election-themed pieces. Happy voting!
Aesop’s Fables Teach Children the Art of Voter Suppression
by Andrew Golden
FAQ: Attracting Female Voters
by River Clegg
Election 20,012: Where the Candidates Stand on the Issues
by John Flowers
On the Campaign Trail: The Romney and Ryan Mystery Boys’ Series
by Abbey Reinhardt
I’m Afraid the Children Are Our Future
by John Moe
Mitt Romney Writes Erotic Fiction About Himself
by Wendy Molyneux
Barack Obama’s 2012 Undersold Campaign Slogans
by Nathaniel Lozier
For more of our political-themed humor, please consider
The McSweeney’s Book of Politics and Musicals.
SUGGESTED READSConversations While Canvassing For Bill Bradley in Small New Hampshire Towns
by David Gaffen (2/10/2000)
Election 2000, as seen from Chile, Part One
by Marc Herman (2/11/2000)
Election 2000, as seen from Chile, Part Two
by Marc Herman (3/20/2000)
RECENTLYWilliam Blake, Color Analyst for the Atlanta Braves
by Walter Jones (9/17/2014)
A Story from John Warner’s New Collection, Tough Day for the Army
by John Warner (9/17/2014)
Testomania: Did You Go to One of the Best Schools in the World?
by Janet Manley (9/17/2014)
POPULARClassic Movies Changed to Not Be Sexist
by Blythe Roberson (8/14/2014)
Best Joke Ever: Mitch Hedberg: Hippie Martian Zen Genius
by Mark Peters (8/28/2014)
Hello Stranger On the Street, Could You Please Tell Me How to Take Care of My Baby?
by Wendy Molyneux (8/16/2012)