As for me, I voted a couple of weeks ago. I received my ballot by mail from LA County, and handed it in at the American Embassy in Prague a couple of weeks ago, while I was picking up a new passport. It felt good. I'm hoping that next week will be a pretty patriotic one for me, here in the CZ... but, yeah. I've done what I can from here, man.
I plan to spend the weekend kicking back with an IV drip of coffee and a big stack of the past year's New Yorker that were bequeathed to me by a departing colleague. I read a completely brilliant article about General David Petraeus last week, which you can also read online, and I'm really looking forward to a lot more genuine journalism where that came from.
I can also strongly recommend David Sedaris's thoughts (hilarious as usual) on who these mysterious undecided voters are:
To be undecided in this election is to pause for a moment and then ask how the chicken is cooked.
Dudes, if you can, write and tell me about the atmosphere in the homeland surrounding the big election weekend. I have to say that while I am usually perfectly happy right where I am, I've been feeling a bit sad not to be in the homeland with my compatriots for this one. Tell me how it goes!