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Cosmo Will Entice Voters For Democrat Kay Hagan With Party Bus, Models

Taking a break from stories such as “Untamed Va-jay-jays” and “Foreplay Men Crave,” Cosmopolitan magazine will participate in Tuesday’s congressional elections by operating a shuttle at North Carolina State University.

The New York City-based fashion magazine most famous for its hard-hitting Aug. 2012 article entitled “When Your Vagina Acts Weird After Sex” will provide a party bus filled with snacks, models and Cosmo-emblazoned stuff that will drive students around to polling places where they may actually be on the voter rolls, Campus Reform reports.

The magazine announced the plan for the #CosmoVotes Party Bus after endorsing U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan, a Democrat, in September of this year — and after previously publishing a story called “My Gyno Talked To My Vagina” in April 2012.

Cosmo called Hagan, who has a net worth of $24 million, a “proponent of economic mobility.”

The magazine that once explained to readers “Why You Should Be A Jealous Bitch” also called Hagan a “supporter of marriage equality and the Violence Against Women Act” and, of course, a “champion of choice.”

In addition to Hagan, Cosmo has endorsed nine other candidates this election season. All of them are Democrats.

Cosmo editors deemed North Carolina State the winner of its #CosmoVotes Party Bus contest last week.

Sophomore Camden Willeford, who does public relations for the school’s student council,  entered NC State in the contest.

“This election is not a light matter here in NC,” Willeford wrote in his entry, according to Campus Reform. “The weight is on the students of North Carolina State University.”

RealClearPolitics.com rates the race between Hagan and her challenger, Republican Thom Tillis, as a toss-up.

According to FiveThirtyEight, Republicans have just over a 63 percent chance of acquiring a majority in the Senate after Tuesday’s election.

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