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Vote! Then, follow along here:

https://www.google.com/#q=election+results
It's Election Day in America! Again this year, Google has a variety of tools to help U.S. voters access information and cast your ballots. More here:

http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2014/11/get-ready-for-election-day-with-google.html
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Ok Google.
Ok Google, how do I vote?
Ok Google, how do I vote?
googlepolitics.blogspot.com
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In DC? Come watch I/O!
Can't make it to San Francisco for Google I/O this year? The Google D.C. office is hosting an I/O extended event on June 25 and 26!

RSVP at http://goo.gl/quLXAb. Space is limited so you must be registered to attend. Come and join us to watch live sessions, meet other developers, and enjoy some food and drinks.

Time:
June 25 and 26, 2014
11:30am - 6pm
Registration will be open from 11:30am-12pm

Location:
Google DC
25 Massachusetts Ave NW
9th Floor
Washington, DC 20001
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Great to be arguing as an industry for surveillance reform.  It really is time for action and the US needs to lead the way.


https://www.reformgovernmentsurveillance.com/USAFreedomAct

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It’s time for #RealSurveillanceReform. Join us in asking the Senate to fix the USA FREEDOM Act and end bulk data collection once and for all. https://takeaction.withgoogle.com/gg/USAFreedomAct
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We’re standing up with the web on #thedaywefightback to call for reform to government surveillance. Join us and speak up: call your member of Congress, or sign a petition if you’re outside the U.S. http://goo.gl/aAZlLn
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I often hear people wonder how criminal defense attorneys can sleep at night. Here is just one of the reasons what they do is so important.
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Please take a minute and consider signing. This matters.
U.S. government agencies claim they don't need a warrant to ask for private content—such as Gmail messages, documents, photos and YouTube videos. (Here at Google, we push back.) We urge reform to the Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA) to require a warrant for online info, just like for offline. 

If you're in the U.S., sign this petition to the White House today—we need 100,000 signatures to guarantee a response: http://goo.gl/N2C7Uu
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