The Whole World Blogging: Voices without Votes

If you haven’t logged onto Voices without Votes yet, there’s still a week to go of world bloggers tackling the U.S. elections. A report from The Washington Post explains the context:

Voices Without Votes was born in early February — yep, in time for Super Tuesday — and it’s edited by Amira Al Hussaini, a 35-year-old journalist from Bahrain who currently lives in Canada. The site’s motto reads: “America votes. The world speaks.” Recent elections in Zimbabwe and New Zealand have attracted some attention online, Al Hussaini says, but not nearly to the extent that the battle for the American presidency has.
The Election That Has the Whole World Blogging

The coordinator, Amira Al Hussaini, has been doing a fantastic job!

Kevin Rennie
Labor View from Bayside

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2 Responses

  1. Hi Kevin,

    The second link doesn’t work, mate.

  2. Fixed now I hope. You may need to log in to the Washington Post.

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