MamaVote Featured Blogs for 10/20/08

Forget pundits – we’re interested in what parents have to say about the Presidential Election. This week we’re featuring political Mama bloggers - one conservative and one liberal, side by side.
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Forget pundits – we’re interested in what parents have to say about the Presidential Election. This week we’re featuring political Mama bloggers - one conservative and one liberal, side by side.

Liberal: Activistas.us

Conservative: Moms4McCain.blogspot.com

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