I mailed by ballot over a week ago.
I voted about 2 hours ago....waited in line about 30 minutes. Some lines in other precincts are about 2 hours long.
I did Friday before last. Since I was an Aggie living in the west end, they moved me up to the front of the long line.
I voted by mail.
No-one even told me who to vote for.
Most of the bandit's are not robbing trains, but running for office.
I voted this afternoon.
Thank-you guys for being good Americans.
Congratulations to those of you who are celebrating victory on national and local levels. Condolences to those who are licking their wounds.
I'm doing a little of each.
So am I, EddieDingo.
I'm still celebrating!!! On many levels!!!
I voted on Tuesday, by appearing at the voting precinct, and filling out my ballot.
I dunno, I guess I may qualify for an absentee ballot because of my status as a Senior, but I prefer to go in person to vote.
Its a nice feeling for me, to see my peers, in person, working the election, because they want to. I stand in line with my neighbors, good friends, nodding acquaintenances and total strangers.
Its grassroots democracy....that's what it all boils down to.