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  1. says:

    11/04/2008 at 7:25 am

    Yes, it was so easy on the Lower East Side!! Why didn’t I take a picture, G?! I had my camera!

    I walked out of there buzzing. I guess I had a huge smile on my face because some guy who was coming in just said "Yes!" and laughed. Better times are on the way for America.

  2. says:

    11/04/2008 at 9:36 am

    not on Line E / Working Families?

    either way, the LES was smooth as silk for me as well, with one possible exception:
    we *were* asked for ID, which was a first for me and everyone in the line.
    I had thought that ID was not required in NYS, but didn’t want to make a fuss….

  3. says:

    11/04/2008 at 2:06 am

    In the East Village, I had to vote with a paper ballot because my machine was broken but otherwise it was easy… maybe because I went in the middle of the day. Lots of observers on hand too. Very exciting.

  4. says:

    11/04/2008 at 3:25 pm

    Yes, it was so easy on the Lower East Side!! Why didn’t I take a picture, G?! I had my camera!

    I walked out of there buzzing. I guess I had a huge smile on my face because some guy who was coming in just said "Yes!" and laughed. Better times are on the way for America.

  5. says:

    11/04/2008 at 5:36 pm

    not on Line E / Working Families?

    either way, the LES was smooth as silk for me as well, with one possible exception:
    we *were* asked for ID, which was a first for me and everyone in the line.
    I had thought that ID was not required in NYS, but didn’t want to make a fuss….

  6. says:

    11/04/2008 at 10:06 pm

    In the East Village, I had to vote with a paper ballot because my machine was broken but otherwise it was easy… maybe because I went in the middle of the day. Lots of observers on hand too. Very exciting.

  7. says:

    11/05/2008 at 12:26 am

    I miss those machines!

    In CA, I voted on punchcards and optical. WA is all optical and I voted by mail. Swooshing your ballot into the slot at the post office isn’t nearly as satisfying as the hefty ka-chunk of the machines I first voted on.

  8. says:

    11/04/2008 at 4:26 am

    I miss those machines!

    In CA, I voted on punchcards and optical. WA is all optical and I voted by mail. Swooshing your ballot into the slot at the post office isn’t nearly as satisfying as the hefty ka-chunk of the machines I first voted on.

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