November 2, 2010

Time to Vote

I love election day!  Yes, I actually vote on election day.  Call me old school, but early voting isn't for me.   I wonder how long I'll have to wait in line...?

11 comments:

LD said...

Oh yes I'll be voting --Eventhough it's sort of torture going through all the statements and propositions to find out the truth behind it - all the while knowing you'll never really know..

James Mark said...

Nice clean shot, showing one difference between the USA and the UK. There are no flags out for voting here, and no handy signs like this one.

Lyndsey said...

I love to vote on election day too. I vote right across the school that I work at, so I can usually just pop over on my break. Then I wear my little sticker for all the kids to see.

B SQUARED said...

Our area is such a "disaster area" when it comes to voting. I always vote early. There was an instance two years ago, I went to vote only to find the polling place had been moved without telling anyone in advance. Gotta love the "New South."

Abraham Lincoln said...

We voted already too. And had a nice breakfast afterwards. Even got my hair cut. I wish our polling place had a sign like this one. We ran all over the place look for the band door at the new high school building where we were to go to vote.

Halcyon said...

I voted this morning. I waited around 40 minutes or so. One of the machines was down.

Lois said...

I voted this morning and the line was not that long.

T. Becque said...

I did the mail-in version so no waiting for me!

Birdman said...

I'm off to vote too, although Maine is a lost cause! ... a bumbling idiot gets in.

Bernie said...

I also voted on Election Day because my polling place is usually not crowded. Only took 5 minutes this time. If it was crowded, I'd vote early (the preceding week).
Bernie (Middletown MD Daily)

lizziviggi said...

I love election day! In my area we don't even have polling booths anymore-- just mail-in ballots. So I always turn in my ballot in person along with crowds of other people at the ballot box, so I can still feel that sense of community that voting gives you. And get my "I voted" sticker!