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I am Jennifer Gordon- a mixed media collage artist and comic writer living in Columbus OH, with my fiance and love- Keith. I specialize in paintings, ACEOS, journals, art boxes and more. I am always available for commissions! Visit my etsy shop at:

Tuesday, January 08, 2008

The First In The Nation

I just wanted to give a little shout out to all the people in New Hampshire....I am painfully jealous that all of you are voting today, seriously....The New Hampshire Primary is one of the things I miss most about living in NH, I might even miss it more than the ocean...

anyway, I am thinking of you all today....AND if any of you see John Edwards while you are out at the polls, tell him I love him.

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Blogger m.Lee said...

I wish I lived in NH too (in fact we are considering moving there in a few years). So I could vote for Ron Paul!

Closed caucuses are shitty. In most states being registered independent means you can't vote! Great system we have.

9:06 AM  
Anonymous 2cats said...

My fingers and toes are crossed for John or Barack! I love them both. ♥

Jennifer, your collages are truly dazzling creations. I love them also.

9:17 AM  
Blogger CountryGirl_CityLife said...

go nh, go john, go barack!

10:25 AM  
Blogger Aaron said...

Yes, I was the loser who got there right when the polls opened this morning, all bright eyed and eager. NH primary day is so exciting!!

And you'll be happy to know, Jenn, that I passed the John Edwards bus (plus convoy) last night on the way to work and honked.

10:52 AM  
Blogger Field Notes said...

I miss living there too - this time of year is awesome :D Getting to see, meet, and talk with candidates is huge. I felt so much more informed about politics while living there. I miss it dearly. Mccain & Obama? That would be stellar. For the first time in along time I would feel like I wasn't choosing between the lesser of two weevils ;)

10:52 AM  
Blogger Michelle said...

Did you know that John Edwards had a rally at my school about a year ago? He's dreamy.

4:09 PM  
Blogger SadieAndLeo said...

I will let this much information out about myself politically. I remember going to see Clinton (Mr President) when he was running for reelection, in Salem. He was waving and shaking hands. He shook my hand and then reached around me to shake other peoples hands and as he did that he hugged me! Or at the time it was funny to tell people that he "touched" me!

I am pretty sure I voted for him... it was a good hug!

4:43 PM  
Blogger gilfling said...

Oh gosh Jenn - just read your post from yesterday and I too have to do my taxes - I feel sick at the thought. Hope you are well and managing to keep warm! I am sure I am suffering frostbite on the end of my nose! xxx

7:07 PM  
Anonymous gregorymeyer said...

I carried the torch today. I voted Obama in the morning. By sheer chance, I ended up at John McCain HQ tonight. Regardless of party and candidate, it was hella kewl.

12:19 AM  
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