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Re: hum....

Daryl, I think it depends on timing. I would guess that the majority of
my precinct works day jobs, so there are lines before and after
traditional work hours. I also avoided the regular lunch time. 1:30 was
a safe bet.


-------------- Original message -------------- 

> NO line? And here I thought I got lucky that I only had to wait about 45 
> minutes and at least I got inside the building before it started drizzling. 
> We have a new polling place with more room under cover. 
> 4 years ago it was a 2 hour wait in a nasty, cold, wind-driven rain before 
> even getting into the building. 
> Daryl 
> > I voted about 1:30. No line. 
> > It's dreary here, but the rain stopped. So I hope more people will get 
> out and vote. 
> > 
> > Kitty 
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