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Early voting


Looked crowded.

9 Responses to “Early voting”

  1. Robb Allen Says:

    Be glad you’re not bothering yourself with such trivialities!


  2. Linoge Says:

    It was packed out my way. Lots of people, but everyone was fairly cheerful.

  3. Erin Palette Says:

    I wanted to vote after church this past Sunday. The line was out of the building by at least a hundred feet. This was at noon on a Sunday, mind you.

    By 6:00 PM the line was just as long.

    My mom went to vote at around 10:30 AM on Tuesday. She still had a 30 min wait.

    I have never ever seen lines to vote. I don’t know if I should be thrilled or worried.

  4. Mr Evilwrench Says:

    My voting place was stuffed to the gills in 2008, with a lot of obamunists particularly, which is massively uncharacteristic of the district. I look forward to see what it’s like on tuesday.

  5. Kirkster Says:

    The first time I tried to vote early the line was 300 yards out of the building. The next two times I have done a fly by on the polling place the lines have bee one hundred to two hundred yards. No early voting for me…

  6. Roger Says:

    In Ft. Lauderdale, the lines are very long outside the building every time I drive by the early voting place.

  7. Patrick Says:

    The wife and I tried to do the early voting twice yesterday in Southern Maryland. Both times we had to walk away. The first time we couldn’t park anywhere near the place, and the second time the line was so long it’d taken an hour. So we’ll try again today.

    Don’t kid anyone and think MD will go Red. We have some state initiatives on gay marriage and (bigger yet) a gambling proposition. The state powers want to legalize all kinds of gambling houses, and we little people are telling them to go to hell.

    Whatever the reason, it’s good to see the long lines. Especially knowing that those people are finally telling the demigods in Annapolis that they went too far. This time.

  8. mikee Says:

    A picture of the broken glass the early voters are crawling over would be a good addition to the last days of the Obama campaign.

  9. Bubblehead Les Says:

    Did Absentee Ballot weeks ago from the comfort of my Living Room, where I made my choices with a Glass of Jim Beam and a pistol on my hip.

    God Bless America!