Another reason to oppose voter IDs: The photos can be a source of embarrassment. (Charlie Daniel, Knoxville News-Sentinel)
A voter thinks the election will mean no more calls about candidates. But the phone rings: "Who are you going to vote for in 2016?" (John Rose, Byrd Newspapers)
A grossly fat U.S. deficit, stuffing himself with both hands and looking much like Alfred E, Neuman, asks, "What? Me Worry?" (Charlie Daniel, Knoxville-News-Sentinel)
To a sign urging "Vote Early" a passerby adds the postscript, "-- and get it over with!" (Charlie Daniel, Knoxville News-Sentinel)
Photos of the tornado aftermath in Moore, Oklahoma.
From those scoring the points to those holding the clipboard, many in the sports world have shown up for the city of Moore in its time of need. Here's 12 of them.
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Hundreds of volunteers are spending their Saturday in Moore. Helpers are on every corner,…
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Doyle Becknel says it was a blessing he wasn't at home during Monday’s tornado.