Tuesday, November 06, 2012

Adventures In Voting

At 7 a.m., there was already a line of three people behind me.  It was not a scene of chaos or confusion, except on the part of the poll workers.

There was a self-identified Republican woman voter being a jerk, although not in a disruptive way.  Most of the voters were youngish (compared to me; in their late to mid 20s) and had walked to the polls on a beautiful November day.

Rock on.

1 comment:

mew said...

Poll workers in my precinct also seemed completely confused and baffled by what should have been a straightforward process. I was even asked if I had an ID. I just told her I didn't need an ID, and neither did the guy in front of me, who wasn't asked for one.