Dave and I got quite a laugh out of this one:

I collected lots of data then made a list of candidates for whom I wished to vote. Unfortunately, my list was not in the same order as those on the ballot so it took a while to vote even with the list. I sure did appreciate being able to go to Plymouth City Hall and vote early, though, instead of all the hours I’ve spent waiting in line to vote previously. Yes, there was a line but it was not long and moved quickly.

I’m not sure voting makes much of a difference but I have a policy that, if I don’t vote, I don’t get to complain about the results. 🙂



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  1. I love that picture! I love voting because I do it early and the people are so friendly and there are no lines. I didn’t feel like doing it this year for some reason, but one of my main motivations was if the poll workers were willing to spend their time I should show up. (The candidates I voted for won handily so my one vote didn’t sway any election.)

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