Thursday, October 28, 2004

Some Friends Of Mamarazzi Stopped By To Say...

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18 comments:

lucyb said...

Just voted in Cincinnati. Took an hour, including time to walk to neighborhood voting place.
Roberta N from Ohio

Jean said...

I voted in NY this morning. I am so hoping for the best in this election!

Barbara said...

I voted! I was afraid of the long lines, so I voted after I dropped my girls at school. There were no long lines, so I am now feeling sorry I didn't take them with me.

I agree with Jean. I am hoping for the best!

Anonymous said...

I voted at 7:00am in NY. Not very crowded.

jenontheedge said...

I voted at 10:00 in Virginia. It took 15 minutes total.

Lisa said...

Voted at 7:45 in South Dakota. Took about 30 minutes.

Spring said...

Not only did I vote this morning (8 am), but my youngest rugrat voted for the first time. We live in a small village in NY, so no lines -- we were in and out in 10 minutes tops.

sticky said...

Voted on Friday (Oregon mail in ballots) takes some of the fun out of it, but we vote!!

PS - no lines!

SusieQ said...

VOTED!! YEA!!

teachergirl said...

Voted just outside Atlanta last Monday and it took well over an hour!!

Tara said...

My husband and I voted last week. We got to do it old-fashioned style, but early with no lines. We live in NC. It took about 10 minutes even with our 2 yr old with us. He thought the whole thing was pretty cool and even got his own "I voted!" sticker.

Jill said...

Thank you for this yumminess. I voted today. No problems at my polling place. But at 12:45-ish, I was only the 502nd person to cast a vote in my sleepy little lake town of 12,000. What's up people in this town!?!

jennystar98 said...

I voted three weeks ago via absentee ballot. The easiest thing I've ever done.

Kristin said...

Well, the kids and I just got back from voting... I was stupid and ignored Jen(on the edge)'s information and let my kids skibble down there in their "Obama Surfs" tee shirts... so, the had to linger out front (although they were given the choice to turn them inside out) while Eva and I voted (I turn the dial, she pushes the button) and the whole shebang took about 10 minutes!

Anonymous said...

Voted in Alaska at 8:15 at a private school that normally starts school at 8. When I voted for the primary election, I made the mistake of going at 7:55. I had to call of my friends, because they changed the starting time for school, today, to 9. Everybody I know was planning on going at 9. They all switched to 9:30. No line, bussed right through.

Anonymous said...

Reporting in from Grand Rapids MI. Was at the polls at 6:15 AM, and was Voter #13 for the day. When I left at 7:10, the line had grown from about 20 people to wrapped completely around the building--a very LARGE building. Whew. Thank goodness that's over with. Now it looks like a wild nite on the couch with the Boyfriend, watching MSNBC.

I just might feel slightly vindicated after what happened 8 years ago..........and I'm not believing ANY returns until the dead last vote trickles in from Hawaii.

Poppy Buxom said...

My husband and I took our kids to the polls. We know they'll never forget being there. I was there with my mother when JFK was running against Nixon. Woo hoo!

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