Since it's only been a couple of days since the time change, it was no problem at all to wake up an hour early. I drove around the corner to the Madison Housing Authority, and parked on the street behind the previous person. I did note as I walked up that there were spaces available in the lot, however.
I was listed in the book, so I didn't even need to produce my identification. There was only one person ahead of me, so by 7:45, an hour that usually sees me hitting the snooze button for the second or third time, I had said hello to my co-worker's mother (who was a volunteer), cast my votes, collected my sticker and gone on my way.
So, I'm back home, brewing a cup of tea, and relaxing for another half hour before I have to go work.
I wish all of you, and all of the U.S., an equally straightforward experience.