Rock the Vote!

Yes, it’s Election Day, and while I hope all you Americans are casting your votes today for the National and Local Elections, I also hope that you (and all the Internationals) will take a minute to think through the entries in the Virtual Vegan Potluck and vote for your favorite recipe in each category. Email your votes to anunrefinedvegan@gmail.com. The contest ends at Midnight November 12thWinners will receive a fabulous VVP plant-based-cruelty-free-tee-shirt. (Nice hyphenation, eh?)

After you rock the vote I hope you will all head on over to the shiny new Virtual Vegan Potluck Blog and subscribe. We’ve arranged some fantastic giveaways coming up (including $50 gift certificates to some of your favorite vegan companies and more) for deets on the new blog and the contest, read here.

Get your vote on!

p.s. I’m coming out of the closet. I kinda like both of the Presidential candidates. Throw stones now.

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24 comments

      1. I think your point is well taken; it’s too bad we cannot take the best of both and trash the rest! I like Romney on economy and Obama on civil rights, Biden on humor, Hillary on foreign relations, Ryan on healthcare, and Somer on health and nutrition!

    1. Yes, every vote counts and in an election this close, every vote REALLY matters! Are you on a green card? My hubs can’t vote either…. (green card)

  1. Is it bad that I haven’t even made it all the way through the VVP yet? On the bright side, I did vote in *that other* election that’s going on right now… ;)

    1. Good for you Barb! There’s plenty of time to go through the potluck, get through it when and if you can.
      p.s. I voted for your butternut phyllo sausage thingy ;)

  2. I can’t IMAGINE not voting….. what a waste to not contribute to our country. VERY disappointed that it looks like GMO labeling is going to lose here in CA. But I’m VERY excited to hear about VVP voting… can’t wait to see those results!

    Where is your husband from?

    1. Oh man, I thought for sure the GMO labeling would go through. What a shame, you can only blame the American people for being uneducated on the issue. Blast.

      My husband’s Australian, met and married him while I was going to University over there. We’ve been in the country for 15 years, I think it’s high time he gets dual citizenship ;)

  3. I have 2 friends who live in China 6 months out of the year teaching yoga, and they said there is a Communist Party Congress going on right now to choose the next president. Secret meetings in Beijing, even though everyone knows who it’s going to be… roads leading into Beijing are closed, taxis and buses aren’t allowed to roll down their windows, the internet has been confined so it’s all very slow, and they have removed large kitchen knives from the stores in all of Beijing until after the next president is announced. So I think that regardless of our personal feelings about what happened, we should be very thankful we are where we are and have the opportunity to be a part of the process…. :-)

    1. Kelli, that is nuts. Aren’t we lucky!?! I have to say I’m not disappointed with the results, but since I really (truly) liked both candidates for different reasons, I would have been okay either way ;)

  4. I voted! In both the presidential and VVP elections! :) It was fun going through all of the dishes and marking down my favorites. Hard to pare it down! There were so many delicious options. I can’t wait to see the results next week!

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