Skip to comments.LIVE THREAD--Election Day 2010!
Posted on 11/02/2010 6:57:53 AM PDT by SE Mom
Post what you're seeing, hearing in your district, county or state during the day and evening- anecdotal or otherwise!
All poll closings.
I don’t know...but it is a heavily Hispanic area, if that tells ya anything.
Just to make tonight sweeter, sometime before the polls close tonight, watch this:
Is it true what Rush said about Obama taking three thousand people with him??
Probably lining up to vote against Gov. Brewer then. Not that it will do them any good.
Also, last night we went out to dinner and overheard two middle-aged people discussing their political affiliation and what not...they each said that they are registered Democrat but will be voting Republican today!
Were you at Colfax? Please tell me someone was there passing out literature for Melissa Haluszcak??? I’m in wilkinsburg working the polls but i may have to leave for Sq Hill.
Arrived at polling location in Conyers, Georgia at 7:30 AM. Had to circle the school parking lot twice to find a space.
The line was 40 people deep, longer than I had seen even in 2008. A photographer from the local newspaper was taking pictures and asked “Is it always this crowded this early in the morning?”
District is evenly divided between parties. Seemed to be more conservative leaning folks. Most seemed very upbeat. Poll workers were grouchy but thorough in checking IDs, etc.
People here are VERY motivated to keep Roy Barnes out of the Governor’s mansion. He made a huge mess of the educational system the last time he was there.
Good turnout at my local polling place in western burbs of Chicago. I’d have to say the most I’ve ever seen on an election day and a lot of men.
I believe I saw the part about the entourage posted here.
Thank you!!! I will repost and send to my address list.
Good turnout expected here in North Louisiana. Kids in our parish are home for the day but surrounding parishes are having regular classes.
This newspaper quote tickled me :
registrar of voters
“I think people are wanting to send someone to Washington, D.C. who will vote the conscience of the American people.”
AMEN SISTA !!!
My wife and I voted at 9:45 PDT in a moderate to slightly conservative precinct in San Diego. The poll workers said that turnout had been heavier than usual to that point.
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