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Voting this morning

I arrived relatively early and waited for about an hour at my precinct, the longest I’ve ever had to wait to vote. The retirees who staff the precinct were very well organized and had things running oh so smoothly. Kudos to them. My wife went right after I got home, and it took her less than 30 minutes. I assume that she didn’t cancel my vote, so to speak.

On my way into work, I’m going to stop off at my local Starbucks, to take the free cup of coffee they’re offering to voters. Perhaps some people were encouraged to vote by this offer. My motivation is simply to do my part of cutting into the profit margins of a company whose owners and most of whose employees likely support the wrong guy today.

Discussions - 2 Comments

So Joe . . . are you, thereby, helping Starbucks to spread the Joe? Sorry. Even lame jokes are welcome today.

So if I vote early and often, do I then get a grande for every "I Voted!" sticker I'm wearing?

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