The UK goes to the polls today to vote in the 2010 General Election and some of the major websites have amended their logos / homepages to recognise it.
1) Google election doodle
Google users in the UK see an election Google Doodle today, with the door of 10 Downing Street incorporated into the Google logo.
2) Bing homepage election image
The background image on the Bing UK homepage features the UK election by showing a voting booth at a polling station
3) Facebook voting notification
Facebook users in the UK are shown a Voting Application on their personal homepage that encourages users to declare that they have voted and keeps a running count of all Facebook users.
4) YouTube Conservatives Home Page ad
YouTube haven't redesigned anything, but the Conservatives have bought a video ad placement on the YouTube homepage in the UK today.
All a bit more subtle than the Sun newspaper's front page, which today shows David Cameron morphed into a Shepard Fairey / Obama 'Change' image - but it's going to be an interesting day!
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