I Voted

I Voted

The polls are open until 7 PM tonight, so c’mon — vote. Check the Board of Election Commissioners for polling information and official results. Aldertrack is a great place to watch today for more up-to-the-minute information. The Reader‘s Clout City blog is collecting voter experiences and stories from around the city.

Erica and I were voters number 20 and 21 at our polling place. At first the ballot-handing-out election official wasn’t giving Erica a ballot, but it seems it wasn’t due to any concerns about the legitimacy of her registration, nor any dispute about whether the 19th Amendment had actually been ratified, but simply some sleep-deprived confusion about… Well, I’m not sure what she was confused about, since Erica and I were the only two voters in the room and I’m not sure why else we’d be coming to the Episcopal Church of the Atonement on a Tuesday morning. Anyway, it was all sorted out after a few iterations of “I’m here to vote, please” and we both got to vote in our uncontested Aldermanic contest.

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