How the world would vote: With nearly 11,000 people registering their choices, this site ponders how Bush and Kerry would fare in the upcoming election if the entire world could vote. (Thanks, Ben.)

A strident minority: Overseas military personnel have until October 11 to vote for president, and as the Christian Science Monitor reports, anti-Bush troops are a small, growing, and vocal part of the forces. "[For] 9 out of 10 of the people I talk to, it wouldn't matter who ran against Bush - they'd vote for them," said a US soldier in the southern city of Najaf, seeking out a reporter to make his views known. "People are so fed up with Iraq, and fed up with Bush."

Divine retribution? Was Hurricaine Ivan God's way of getting back at Floridians for their votes in the 2000 election?

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