I did notice when I early voted in FL that there were campaign signs for all candidates except Romney. I remember thinking that was pretty poor planning. Cars were parked by the entrance of the parking lot with democrat candidates and signs offering rides to polling stations.
Shockingly there were no campaign signs for Romney and no workers with literature at the polling station I watched for ORCA.
Other articles and posts have said that they wanted 15,000 but got 34,000 volunteers for ORCA. that’s 19,000 extra volunteers who offered their whole day who could have done other functions to GOTV.
I guess Obama’s community organizing experience does come in handy.
Very sad fail. But why are republicans always so quick to turn on their own and sit out the vote on 1 principle when their other 99 principles are going to go down in flames at the hands of liberals?
For my own mental sanity, I’m going to tune out for a while and try to figure out how to keep my business going another 4 years.
The app didn’t work in the polling place for me - no service.
The credentialing was fine - we were all fully informed.
There was one tremendous drawback - it was impossible to hear the names of the voters, so even in the best of circumstances I was catching maybe 1/4 of the names.
I felt my time would have been better spent outside or at a phone bank. But I was happy for the opportunity to observe the process and see how to improve voter registration and integrity for the next election.