Google's Voting Election Day Logo

Nov 4, 2014 • 7:52 am | comments (5) by twitter | Filed Under Logos
 

Today is mid-term election day in the United States, if you live here, you'd likely not need a reminder - the phones, emails, mailings and commercials are non stop around how bad each candidate is. That being said, Google, Dogpile and Facebook are reminding you to vote. Yahoo and Bing, not so much - but again, I don't think most need a reminder to vote today - most probably are just too disgusted to do so anyway.

Anyway, while driving to work this morning, WCBS 880 radio said you should go to Google's home page and click on the logo to figure out where you can vote. Indeed, it does take you to a search result page that triggers the query [where do I vote?] and you can type in your address and Google will pull the data from the election database. Dogpile and Facebook do the same thing but Bing and Yahoo, not so much.

Here are the logos I found for election day:

Google:

Google's Voting Election Day Logo

Dogpile:

Dogpile Voting Election Day Logo

Facebook:

Facebook Voting Election Day Message

Our Site:

SER Voting Election Day Logo

Again, Google pulls the data from votinginfoproject.org.

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