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Hillcrest School - Bethany Black
Bethany Black votes on the economy.
Published on November 4, 2008
United Way Building: Oliver Hester
Oliver Hester votes for his kids' future.
Central Junior High School: Anthony Carter
Anthony Carter votes for Obama because he's concerned about small businesses.
Central Junior High School: Steve Bradt
Steve Bradt, a Democrat, votes for Obama.
East Lawrence Recreation Center: Jeff Rice
Jeff Rice, a Republican, votes for Barack Obama.
Tuesday, November 4 weather at 10 p.m.
The forecast for Wednesday, November 5 calls for a high of 70 with a low around 58.
Lawsuit to stop athletic fields filed
There's a new hurdle for school leaders looking to build new athletic facilities at Lawrence High.
Eyewitness takes the stand in murder trial
An eyewitness was on the stand in a Lawrence murder trial on Tuesday.
Douglas County voter turnout falls below prediction
It was long lines early - and a steady turnout throughout the day in Douglas County.
Salt trucks out for a test drive
In what has become an Election Day tradition, city crews lined up on Tuesday to practice for cold weather duty.
KU tops Washburn in exhibition play
The Kansas men's basketball team defeated Washburn in the squad's first exhibition game of the season.
Useless Fieldhouse Trivia with DJ
Another installment of Useless 'Fieldhouse Trivia with DJ.'
KU bowl eligible after steamrolling KSU
After steamrolling K-State, the KU football team is bowl eligible for the fourth straight season.
Branstetter shows he can tackle, too
Jacob Branstetter is Mark Mangino's special teams player of the week. But honestly - the Jayhawks' sophomore kicker probably should have received defensive player of the week honors as well...
KU soccer players earn academic honors
The Big 12 conference has selected two Jayhawk soccer players for end of the year honors.
Kanwaka Township Hall: Carl Antle
Carl Antle didn't vote for either John McCain or Barack Obama, but he is a big supporter of State House Rep. Tom Sloan.
Kanwaka Township Hall: Charles Baier
Worried about the economy, Charles Baier is voting for McCain.
Corpus Christi Catholic Church: Amy Sand
The economy and the Supreme Court were important factors for Amy Sand.
Kanwaka Township Hall: Kyle Craig
Kyle Craig is looking for change and voting for Obama.
Corpus Christi Catholic Church: Timothy Riling
Timothy Riling is concerned about the lack of a plan for public transit.
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church: Brittany Vaughn
Taxes are a big issue for Brittany Vaughn.
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church: Christine Blair
Health care was a key issue for Christine Blair.
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church: Amanda Lang
Amanda Lang is concerned about the transit question.
Southwest Junior High School: Stuart Harwood
Stuart Harwood is deeply disturbed by many issues this election.
East Lawrence Recreation Center: Melissa Uecker
Melissa Uecker is a Republican and votes for John McCain.
West Junior High School: Deandra Audley
Democrat Deandra Audley is unhappy with the current system and wanted to exercise her right to vote today.
Church of Christ: Chris Leach
Republican Chris Leach voted with her party for this year's election.
PInckney School: Phyllis Wilson
Even before she was old enough to vote, Phyllis Wilson would go to the polls with her mom. Today she voted for Barack Obama.
Southwest Junior High School: Jeff Whorton
Jeff Whorton was in favor of the transit system vote.
Langston Hughes School: Benito Neaves
Benito Neaves considers it an honor to vote.
Langston Hughes School: Erika Geery
Erika Geery hopes for a truthful and valid election outcome.
Haskell's Coffin Sports Complex: Aric Doll
Aric Doll voted for Obama in this national election.
Trinity Lutheran Church: Lucas Culbertson
Lucas Culbertson votes in a national election for the first time.
Trinity Lutheran Church: Sara Glass
Sara Glass supports the local sales tax increases in Lawrence.
Trinity Lutheran Church: Louis Shopen
Louis Shopen writes in his choice for U.S. President.
Presbyterian Manor: Tyler Bolin
Tyler Bolin thinks Republicans are better suited to fix the economy.
Wakarusa North Fire Station; Andrew Roberts
Andrew Roberts voted in hopes of getting more Democrats into office.
The Windsor: Terry Leibold
Republican Terry Leibold voted for Sen. John McCain, but predicts that Barack Obama will win.
Wakarusa North Fire Station: Matt Johnson
Registered Independent voter Matt Johnson lists the economy as his top concern.
Wakarusa North Fire Station: Matthew Farley
College student Matthew Farley worried about health care and college tuition this election.
Lawrence Heights Christian Church: Shannon White
Shannon White says she is passionate about the right to life and marriage, two issues that she hopes will be protected after the election.
Lawrence Heights Christian Church: Jeremy Brakenhoff
Jeremy Brakenhoff voted for the Constitution Party candidates.
Presbyterian Manor: Julie Buller
Presbyterian Manor: Julie Buller is a registered Republican who crossed the aisle to vote for Obama.
Presbyterian Manor: Clayton Cutting
Clayton Cutting is just out to vote.
Immanuel Lutheran Church: Evan Helm
Evan Helm is focused on the state of the economy.
Immanuel Lutheran Church: Benjamin Gray
Benjamin Gray hopes others join him to vote yes on the T.
Lawrence Free Methodist Church: Fran Judilla
Fran Judilla says he studied both candidates but settled on Obama based on his foreign policy and energy policy stances.
Hillcrest School - Marilyn Vyhanek
Marilyn Vyhanek votes on her Catholic beliefs
First Baptist Church: Lindsey Rich
Lindsey Rich hopes the environment will be important to the next president.
Pioneer Ridge Assisted Living: Ken Peirce
Republican Ken Peirce is worried about the economy and is voting for Senator John McCain.
Holcom Park Recreation Center: Christy Allen
Independent voter Christy Allen wrote in Texas Congressman Ron Paul for president.
Pioneer Ridge Assisted Living: Michael Stalker
Foreign policy is at the top of voter Michael Stalker's mind.
Immanuel Lutheran Church: Cynthia Folks
Cynthia Folks looks to a 3rd party candidate for change.
Pioneer Ridge Assisted Living: Janet Adams
Janet Adams has been supporting Barack Obama all the way.
First Southern Baptist Church: Richard Wiley
Republican Richard Wiley agrees with Libertarian candidate views.
First Baptist Church: Marcia Johnson
Marcia Johnson votes yes for all 3 sales tax issues.
First Baptist Church: Alex Warehime
Alex Warehime looks to McCain/Palin ticket to fix economy.
First Southern Baptist Church: Mike McDonald
Mike McDonald hopes that his candidate Barack Obama will win and give the White House the leadership it needs.
Drury Place: Kristin Strasser
Kristin Strasser wants a set plan to get out of Iraq.
Clinton Parkway Assembly of God: Nikki Jones
Nikki Jones says she could see Barack Obama making headway on health care policy in the next six months.
Drury Place: Ross DuBois
Ross DuBois wants to know what will happen with the war in Iraq.
Drury Place: Amy Risley
Amy Risley hopes the new president will move the country forward.
First Southern Baptist Church: Pavika Saripalli
Conservative voter Pavika Saripalli is concerned about abortion, gay marriage and the war in Iraq.
Free State High School: Tommy Hutchinson
Veteran Tommy Hutchinson wants a candidate with an understanding and idea for change in Iraq.
Mangino discusses encouraging the Jayhawks to vote
Nebraska was the main point of focus, but Coach Mark Mangino took some time out this week to encourage the football team to vote.
Mustard Seed Christian Fellowship: Summer Baker
First-vote Summer Baker says many have given their lives for her right to vote.
Mustard Seed Christian Fellowship: Linley Brandenburg
Uninsured voter Linley Brandenburg lists health care reform as an important issue.
Free State High School: Katie Travis
First time voter Katie Travis supports Obama and wants to see change.
American Legion: Joshua Davis
Joshua Davis is ready for a change
6 Weather Afternoon Forecast for Nov. 4, 2008
Expect the strong wind to continue as we head through the afternoon and evening. Our 9 p.m. temperature will drop to 64 degrees under partly cloudy skies with wind out of the southeast between 10-20 mph with gusts near 30 mph.
Mustard Seed Christian Fellowship: Erin Morris
Erin Morris is concerned about health care, the economy and education this election season.
American Legion: Curtis Bost
Transit rider Curtis Bost supports bus tax
Free State High School: Bettie Dannevik
For Bettie Dannevik, economy is number one issue.
American Legion: Mark Algren
Mark Algren is a Republican for Obama
American Legion: Jeremy and Jenna Viscomi
The Viscomi family votes for Barack Obama
Willow Springs Township Hall: Mason and Emma Stewart
Mason and Emma Stewart are out early so Emma can participate in Kids Voting.
Willow Springs Township Hall: Rick Hird
Rick Hird thinks the difficult times call for a sea change.
Trinity Lutheran Church: Arin Friedrich
Arin Friedrich is excited about the next six months.
Vinland United Methodist Church: Kathy Wilson
Kathy Wilson recognizes the historic significance of this presidential election.
Vinland United Methodist Church: Barbara Kerr
Barbara Kerr couldn't sleep because she was so anxious to vote Tuesday morning.
Vinland United Methodist Church: Bill Elkins
Bill Elkins is a regular voter.
Baldwin City American Legion: Brooke Randels
Brooke Randels participated in Kids Voting after watching the debates.
Baldwin City American Legion: Janelle and Cameron Johnston
Janelle and Cameron Johnston came out to vote because you cannot complain if you don't.
Baldwin City Elementary School: David Highfill
David Highfill thinks this has been a polarizing election.
Baldwin City Fire Station: Bev Windle
Bev Windle had a 20-minute wait to vote.
Baldwin City Fire Station: Max and Doris Moore
Max and Doris Moore have been voting for decades.
Baldwin City Elementary School: Joanne Kite
Joanne Kite credits the school bond issue and the economy for the turnout.
Baldwin City Fire Station: Kelly Johnson
Kelly Johnson isn't spurred by a particular issue. He simply always votes.
Panorama: Counting the votes
Douglas County Clerk Jamie Shew counts votes at the Douglas County Courthouse in this narrated panorama. Using your mouse, click and drag on the panorama above to explore the courthouse.
Gov. Sebelius says today isn't about her
The governor reminisces about the election season, allays rumors about her future
Douglas County Senior Center: Rachel Seymour
Rachel Seymour cares about access to healthcare.
Douglas County Senior Center: Robert Babcock
Robert Babcock votes for who he thinks will keep troops in Iraq.
Douglas County Senior Center: Ian Babcock
Ian Babcock says voting is a "civil duty."
Lawrence Public Library: Amy Lee
Lawrence Public Library: Amy Lee wants the Supreme Court to protect women's rights.
Lawrence Public Library: Bruce Pfannenstil
Bruce Pfannenstil says the economy is the biggest issue for voters
Lawrence Public Library: Josh Powers
Josh Powers says Obama can 'reverse trends' if he becomes president.
Plymouth Congregational Church: Matthew Hollar
Matthew Hollar wants to see a president who is black.
Plymouth Congregational Church: Raleigh Worthington
Raleigh Worthington feels six months isn't long enough to bring about change.
Plymouth Congregational Church: Sarah Evans
Sarah Evans says the economy issue hits close to home for students.
6 Weather Morning Forecast for Nov. 4, 2008
Temperatures will continue to soar today with a 10 a.m. temperature of 65 degrees and topping out at 74 degrees with passing clouds and a wind out of the south between 15-25 mph with gusts near 30.
GameDay Cram Session: Washburn
KUSports.com online editor Jesse Newell & 6Sports' Kevin Romary break down the Jayhawks' first exhibition men's basketball game of the season against Washburn.
Trinity Lutheran Church: Evan Leitnaker
Evan Leitnaker is very concerned about the Iraq war.
New York School: Jeremy Auman
Jeremy Auman is hoping for big changes in the government.