By Misha Grunbaum

Tomorrow, voters will turn out to elect the next president of the United States — and, if we're listening to reports from Italy and Egypt and South Park, there's plenty of reason to do so.

The New York Times says voting matters: a single state’s electoral votes can have massive repercussions.

Italy's Corriere della Sera says voting matters: with so many factions campaigning, the losers have "enormous potential power of blackmail."

Al-Jazeera says voting matters: Egyptian voters unseated Hosni Mubarak and ushered in a new government — "uneasy as it may be."

Back in the USA, South Park questions just how much voting matters, courtesy of P. Diddy's mantra: “Vote or Die.”