Twenty-two months ago, in January 2007, Hillary Clinton declared "I'm in to win." Almost two effin' years. And in roughly 24 hours, we will almost certainly know the final answer and the madness will be over.
(Here's an interesting description of the state tonight of the Obama campaign national headquarters.)
Of course, I've already voted. This is the part where you vote, and while you're at it take someone to the polls who might not otherwise have voted. I don't have to tell you how to vote, obviously, but let's be blunt: if you vote for McCain tomorrow, we will literally never stop laughing at you.
Not with you.
If you're reading this in Minnesota, there is also no excuse for voting for Norm Coleman. Bring five Al Franken voters to the polls with you if you can.
Okay, so tomorrow evening rolls around, hopefully you've got an election-watching party to attend. The founder of fivethirtyeight.com put together an hour-by-hour viewers guide at Newsweek to give an overview of what'll be important.
If you want something a bit meatier and more detailed, check out the American Prospect's 2008 Election Night Guide.
That's it. See you on the other side. It's rather nice to feel hope for this country of ours country again.
And don't forget to vote.