We will post our “I Voted” stickers to our sweaters and grab coffee/tea and breakfast in town. Shannon tried the mail-vote last time, but it’s just not the same experience.
Years ago, I was one of the first to “risk” voting with the electronic voting machines at our small precinct — or so I was told. People seem more comfortable with it now. Ha!
It is a “progressive” precinct, so we’ve noticed poll watchers whom we recognize from the Nevada County Tea Party on hand to monitor the proceedings. I just wave. “Good morning, Mrs. Rebane” or whomever. No shenanigans you Nevada City CA poll workers such as Eric Tomb or whomever! lol. Small towns are a hoot. Like the Cheers bar, “everybody knows your name.”
Thanks to those who worked so hard in the past for each Americans’ right to vote.