Election Day may break Twitter, but that hasn’t dissuaded some notable folks in gay Atlanta from finding the sweet spot between partisanship and political awareness and tweeting about it. Others just want your gay self to vote and eat.
Here’s a heaping helping of Election Day tweets from LGBT people, personalities, businesses and non-profits in Atlanta to get you through the lines at the polls or distract you until the results come in. And once the polls close, there are plenty of gay ways you can watch the returns roll in.
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— Melissa Carter (@MelissaCarter) November 6, 2012
And now Candidates: May the odds be ever in your favour.
— Joshua Noblitt (@JoshuaNoblitt) November 6, 2012
Please, no complaining about waiting in line. Some people died for the right to vote. I’d wait all day if i had to. #CNNBattleground
— Don Lemon (@DonLemonCNN) November 6, 2012
B careful in traffic, B responsible & vote, B good to yourself & get a hot breakfast, locally sourced/lovingly made! twitter.com/RadialCafe/sta…
— Radial Cafe (@RadialCafe) November 6, 2012
It’s finally here. Get OUT & VOTE!
— Philip Rafshoon (@philiprafshoon) November 6, 2012
I appreciate the go vote comments but I handled that 2 weeks ago instagr.am/p/RsR0szoOXG/
— Derek J (@Derekjhair) November 6, 2012
— HRC Atlanta (@hrcatlanta) November 6, 2012
— GO Atlanta Outreach (@AIDATL_Gay) November 6, 2012
Show us your I’m a Georgia Voter Sticker and get a free cup of coffee.
— No Mas Cantina (@NoMasCantina) November 6, 2012
ELECTION DAY IS FINALLY HERE- MAKE SURE YOUR VOICE IS HEARD TODAY- LET’S GO VOTE!!! fb.me/1EUcBW4nF
— MEGA Family Project (@MEGAFamily) November 6, 2012
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