2010: Stay Alert — or Not
Be warned: If you're signed up for our instant e-mail alerts, your mobile device will be buzzing a lot this evening. But there's still plenty of time to update or temporarily disable your alert settings.
We're expecting to put up a lot of content throughout election night. That means if you're currently signed up for instant or "immediate" alerts from the Tribune, your mobile device will likely be barraged. Don't worry: We've created a handy checkbox to disable your instant alerts on election night. You can use the alerts page to update your settings.
Of course, if you want your phone inundated with TT updates, we're happy to oblige...
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