I voted!

I definitely wasn't alone, as I drove to work I saw numerous polling center lines spilling out onto the street. My polling place had a line that winded outside as well:
Having only voted in New York and Connecticut's machine booths before, I'm still not used to the paper ballots and filling out the dots. I kept making sure it was aligned write and I was putting the blotter in the right place. I think I did fine, but I kept double checking.

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1 comment

  1. Where are all the candidate signs in your picture? I had to walk a maze of them just to get to the door of my polling place. Must be because I live in a swing state. I can't wait to not be getting 3 calls every night!!!