Here are the media outlets who want your #election2012 content to share online, on air

Want to do more than post that you voted on Facebook, Foursquare and Twitter? Here are a few media opportunities for citizens:

**This will be updated throughout the day.**

If you want others to see your tweets, use hashtags like #election2012, #vote and #electionday.

Share your photos, videos and reports from the field with them via Twitter. Tag your content with #ReutersLive

Got Questions, comments? #Election photos + video you want to share? Reports from the field? Tweet it and tag it #ReutersLive
Reuters Politics

Financial Times
Tweet your election photos to them directly at @FT or use hashtag #ftelection. They’ll share their favorites at

U.S. News & World Report
What do you think the electoral vote will be? Tweet your predictions with hashtag #evotes and they’ll feature you if you guess correctly.

Tweet your picture (preferably with your I Voted sticker) with hashtag #sharethevote on Twitter or Instagram — or upload it directly, here.

Huffington Post Politics, Style and Live
Email HuffPo at or tweet them at @off_the_bus with your voting experience. They’re especially interested photos and videos. Even HuffPost Style (@huffpostsyle) is having some fun. You can tweet them a photo of what you wore to the polls and use hashtag #dressedtovote. And, don’t forget about HuffPost Live (@huffpostlive), they want photos to use on air. Send them via Twitter with hashtag #HPL2012.

They want your photos. Tweet them with hashtag #msnbc2012.

ABC World News
They are particularly interested in how “generations go to vote.” Did you bring your kids? Take your mom? Tweet @abcworldnews your photos with hashtag #yourvote.

The YWCA has promised to retweet all “I Voted” sticker photos if you tag it #ywcaVOTE.

Submit your voting experience through CNN’s iReport for potential inclusion online or on air.

A few locals. If you live in…

  • Greenville, Anderson, Spartanburg SC and Asheville, Hendersonville, NC — WSPA (Channel 7) wants you to use hashtag #7Reax
  • Baton Rouge, LA — Share your photos and tweets with @WAFB’s official hashtag #ElectionOn9.
  • Austin, TX — KXAN wants your photos. Email them at
  • Phoenix, AZ — 12 News wants to know what lines are like. Send photos to
  • Chicago, IL — @nbcchicago wants your voting experience via photo. Email them at and on Twitter use #decision2012.
  • Chicago, IL — The +Chicago Tribune has a special Instagram theme. They want election/voting-themed photos with the hashtag #TribVote.
  • Los Angeles, CA — @LAist would like you to snap a pic of the line at your polling place and tell them your “I Voted” story. Tweet them or email tips(at)laist(dot)com.
  • North Alabama and Southern Tennesse — @Waff48 wants your photos. Email them to
  • Pittsburgh, PA — Pittsburgh News Now (@PittsburghPG) wants to know if you experience any problems at polling stations. Email them at
  • Detroit, MI — If you’re a first time voter, the Detroit Free Press wants to hear from you. Include a picture and tweet @freep with hasthag #mivote.
  • St. Louis, MO — STL Public Radio wants your photos and would like to know how the polls are going and any issues you’re seeing. Tweet @stlpublicradio, use #BeyondNov hashtag or email Kelsey Proud at or post on our Facebook page:
  • Atlanta, GA – The Marietta Daily Journal would love to share your photos or videos from Cobb or even metro Atlanta. Email or post it directly to their Facebook page. If you’re on Twitter, use #VoteCobb.


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