Polling Place Report
I just returned from doing my civic duty of voting. Polling place was predictably uncrowded. There was a lady in the parking lot advising people to vote against the three state-wide issues and a couple teenagers were holding signs for one of the trustee candidates. I was in an out in less that five minutes. On my way out one of the sign holders asked "did you vote for my dad?" Sorry, kid you need to influence people before they vote not after.
Oddly enough, I have a sense that candidates I voted for will lose and the issues I voted against will pass. Oh well, no matter what happens the results can not possibly be as bad as last November.
Labels: 2009 Election