It’s finally Election Day. Take full advantage of The Advocate's “LGBT Election Party Cheat Sheet,” which is useful for doling out a few key points when trying to look smart among activist friends who are talking politics.
(Research by Michelle Garcia; Infographic by Scott McPherson)

It’s finally Election Day. Take full advantage of The Advocate's “LGBT Election Party Cheat Sheet,” which is useful for doling out a few key points when trying to look smart among activist friends who are talking politics.

(Research by Michelle Garcia; Infographic by Scott McPherson)

Filed Under: Election LGBT Romney Obama

In a new original song and video, Fred Goldring, the man who co-produced 2008’s Yes We Can with will.i.am delivers a collaborative effort to encourage people to vote, and to vote left. Titled after Obama’s election campaign the track features artists Ne-Yo, Natasha Bedingfield, jazz musician Herbie Hancock, rock trio Delta Rae, and Goo Goo Dolls frontman Johnny Rzeznik. The lyrics consist of words like “dignity” and “equality” while the President’s standing-ovation-inducing DNC speech fades in and out over the background vocals of a harmonious choir. Whether or not you agree with this video, it’s important to have your voice be heard. Be sure to set some time aside on Tuesday, November 6 to vote. Watch the video after the jump!

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