In case you've been living in a cave and haven't heard...it's Election Day! While millions of Floridians opted to vote early (something like 4.2 million), lines at the polling precincts here in the Sunshine State are still expected to be long today. One of the reasons is because of the sheer length of the ballot. With 11 proposed state constitutional amendments, which are complex and lengthy, this is the longest ballot in state history. When I heard about early voters in Miami waiting in line for up to 6 hours, I immediately presumed those voters hadn't reviewed their sample ballot and were actually trying to decipher the questions in the voting booth (which I cannot imagine!) Of course, the item that everyone is talking about is at the very top of the ballot: President of the United States. As for me, I voted last Friday at 7:15 a.m. without too much of a wait.