Don't worry — we'll get through this. Together.
According to a new survey, yes. Yes, you will.
Our Super-Duper, Ultra-Simple Election-Watching Guide tells you just about everything you need to know going into the grand spectacle tonight, but this race has so transfixed Americans that we thought you might want to see what the other bloggers will be looking out for.
In what we hope does not become a custom in American politics, the last big, nationally televised interviews of both candidates fell to the ESPN anchor.
Snapshots of what's going on around the country on this momentous day.
Last night, John McCain threw a Hail Mary.
We recommend you explore the following slideshow while playing Barbra Streisand's "The Way We Were" for an optimal viewing experience.
Not that this will predict tomorrow's results with any sort of accuracy, but here's how people are saying they'll vote, according to some dudes who interrupt them at home with unwanted phone calls.
Directors and actors at last week's Israel Film Festival had a lot to say about our presidential election, including the observation that Barack Obama isn't really black because he went to Harvard.
While Springsteen plays for Obama, McCain falls back on 'Pepe el Plomero.'
John notes that appearances on the show 'humanize you,' and Cindy acknowledges that all she ever does is just stand there.
With so much on the line, many liberals are harboring anxiety that the whole thing could slip away.
What Barack Obama and John McCain (and their campaigns) are saying as they build up to their final pitches.
And also how sweet it was that Howard made her bagels with peanut butter that morning. And Arnold Diaz put Martha Stewart in the Hall of Shame. In the gossip roundup.
You weren't the only one with a headache that lasted all weekend.
Pundits aren't buying McCain's latest attempt to add Rashid Khalidi to Obama's cast of questionable characters.
McCain has a new friend and he is not letting him out of his sight.
And Thom Bar charges McCain supporters double.
Citiing McCain's erratic spending and tax plans, the Fox Business Network host eviscerates the candidate of News Corp.
Does this latest huff over Obama's relationship with Columbia professor Rashid Khalidi resonate with you?