Get ready for Super Tuesday

From the Outdoor Advertising Association. I was hoping they’d do this in Georgia:

For the first time, Georgia residents will be able to see the results of the Georgia Primary as they happen, thanks to the latest technology in outdoor advertising.

Digital billboards across the state will provide real-time election results from the upcoming primary. As precincts begin reporting, the candidates receiving the most votes will have their names and vote percentages displayed on digital billboards.

Because digital billboards are changed electronically, the percentages and relative places of the candidates will be updated instantly.

The Outdoor Advertising Association of Georgia announced Thursday that 20 electric billboards in eight cities — including metro Atlanta, Lawrenceville, Rome, Augusta, Brunswick, Albany, Macon and Valdosta — will carry election updates from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. The digital signs will also post final results, when they are tabulated.

6 comments

  1. GOPeach says:

    Now here some STRAIGHT TALK –

    MIKE HUCKABEE is for FAIR TAX.

    McCain and Romney are not.

    Both McCain and Romney are for the IRS.

    HUCKABEE wants to do away with the I R S.

    Ron Paul agrees.

    TO VOTE for HUCKABEE meets the goal of RON PAUL to rid AMERICA of the UNCONSTITUTIONAL IRS.

    VOTE FAIR TAX – VOTE HUCKABEE.

  2. drjay says:

    maybe i am a simpleton but i thought the 16th ammendment gave the feds fairly broad reaching powers in the tax dept., w/ that in mind how is the irs unconstitutional??

  3. juliobarrios says:

    Peach-

    How is a federal sales tax constitutional and an income tax is not?

    Another thing to keep in mind, is if we do go with a national sales tax there will still be a need for an enforcement arm to ensure there are not too many under the table transactions.

  4. Bill Simon says:

    Here’s a “sign” Obama doesn’t entirely know Georgia: In East Cobb today, at the busiest intersection of the 98.894% Republican voting bloc of people were people waving “Obama” signs.

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