Tuesday, November 07, 2006

A Recent Election Day Memory

Two years ago I was standing outside my polling place, which was the Rittman Library. It was chilly and damp outside, and I was waiting in a line that was long for Rittman standards. A few places in front of me was one of my neighbors. I had made mention that it would be nice if we had that kind of turnout for a school levy ballot. My neighbor then stated that this was an important election. I then said they all are.

I vote all the time so I can have the right to complain.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

As I was waiting in a two hour line at the Methodist Church last night, I made the same comment as to where all these people were during the times we were voting on the school levy. I don't think I ever waited over 10 minutes in the past. Electronic or not, those people just weren't there before.
B.