Thursday, November 10, 2016

"Was It Crowded at Your Polling Place?" A Cross-Country Sampling

San Diego, CA  I voted by mail - that way I didn't have to deal with anyone.

Kansas City, MO  We were told there were big crowds at 8:30 a.m. before we got there at 9:30 a.m.  There were four of us voting at a time with seven poll workers.  I.D. was your driver's license, but we didn't have to sign.

Harlingen, TX  Voted early, so don't know.

Temple, TX   One mail in and one walk in.

Anderson, IN  Five people, five machines but by the time we checked in, we went directly to a machine and voted.  Driver's license or state-issued i.e. required.

Redondo Beach  Shared polls with a neighboring area of Manhattan Beach  Largest voter turn-out in the 33 years we've lived here.  At least 10 voting booths; all of which were in continual use.

Waiting for word back from Long Island and Florida as well as Illinois.  As or if they filter in, will add them here.

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