• Comedy Central PSA asks #ShouldWeVote (Video)

    There are no celebrities in the new Comedy Central #ShouldWeVote public service announcement. That’s right. No Academy Award-winning actor or Disney pop star is in this video to tell you to vote—no Emma Stone, no Barbra Streisand, no Bruno Mars. The absence of famous people telling you what to do leaves the everyday American lost and confused asking themselves, “Should I vote?” Comedy Central’s contribution to the Rock The Vote

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    Seth Meyers midterm election coverage will be live on Late Night

    NBC’s twilight talk show Late Night With Seth Meyers will go live on Election Night to offer the nation some “real-time commentary and analysis on the day’s consequential midterm elections,” according to the network’s official press release. Meyers, the former Saturday Night Live writer and host of Weekend Update, will air his show on Tuesday, November 6 at 12:35 a.m. ET, just hours after polls close and the majority of

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    Stephen Colbert, Jon Stewart Midterm Election coverage last night end of an era

    For many, last night was a mix of emotions. For some it was a day to proudly cast a vote, making their voices heard and fulfilling an age-old civic duty. For those opposed, it was a day to protest through inaction, decrying what they see as a faulty system. For the apathetic and possibly comedy-inclined, it was a day to eat Funyuns, try to figure out that whole “Alex from

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    Jon Stewart apologizes after telling Christiane Amanpour he didn’t vote in Midterm Elections

    Jon Stewart, during an appearance on Christiane Amanpour’s show on CNN yesterday claimed he didn’t vote in the Midterm Elections. Later that night, however, at the top of the live election coverage on The Daily Show, Stewart said he was only joking and apologized to viewers for belittling the electoral process. Earlier when Amanpour asked if he had voted, Stewart, who was promoting his film Rosewater, cracked that he hadn’t

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    Hannibal Buress, The Lucas Brothers really want you to vote during Midterm elections (Video)

    Comedians Hannibal Buress and The Lucas Brothers really want you to vote during Midterm elections on Nov. 4. How do we know they really want you to vote? Well, we don’t really know they actually care if you vote or not, but it seems they do based on the pair of videos below. In the first, we find Buress man-on-the-street-ing a handful of youngsters dressed as a adults who totally

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