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I'm slightly annoyed that I didn't get a sample ballot in the mail.

Among other things, this is my first election as a Madison voter, and it helps to know things like where you need to go to vote. What's on the ballot, other than presidential and local elections, would also have been useful.

The upstairs neighbors did get theirs today, however, and I peeked at the outside to confirm location. As expected, it's the location closest to my house (which is not in fact the high school).

Now, I just need time to stand in 2-hour-long lines with everyone else who has to work...

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collacentaur
Nov. 1st, 2004 09:41 pm (UTC)
Before and after work.

They're expecting the lines to be so much longer because of the vastly increased registration and the anticipated high voter turnout.