As the polls close across Bolivia for the Constitutional Referendum vote, many of the country's users of Twitter have been hard at work sending messages about their experiences from their cities. In order to centralize the information, they are using the #referendum tag.
Throughout the day, many tweeted after returning from their polling place and reporting on the action. Rolando Espinoza (@darkrho) writes about the opposition youth group in Cochabamba, who were present at the school where he voted:
#referendum cbba (Cochabamba) juventud kochala (the youth group) are controlling delegate lists at the Loyola School.
In La Paz, Eliana Quiroz (@e_liana) writes how many are spending the day after performing their civic duty.
Some eat sajta de pollo (chicken dish) and others drink Coca-Cola after voting at the high school in La Paz.
She also posts a photo on Twitpic of her ink-stained finger indicating that she has already voted.
Some voters find themselves far from home on election day. Mario César Señoranis (@mariocesar_bo) of Santa Cruz is currently across the country in the city of La Paz and is unsure whether he can vote:
The site Al Minuto [es] created a special Twitter account @referendum_bo to share links of the news unfolding events and also placed a Cover It Live widget to generate live chat and republication of some tweets.