+ 0 Votes Zero lines in Pittsburgh at 7:30 and 8:00 AM DelbertPGH 3 years ago My wife went in at 7:30 and I a half hour later, and neither uf us had to wait at all. Makes me worry. Looks like a very light turnout. When decent people do nothing, crackpots rule. + 0 Votes Before work... jfuller05 3 years ago The turn-out was fair, more than two years ago. I didn't have any problems either. The precinct I live in has us still using the paper fill-in-the-blank ballot. After voting on the paper ballot, you insert it into a machine. All went well. + 0 Votes I will not vote till tonight but... cmiller5400 Updated - 3 years ago In my precinct (2/10 mile from my house) it was packed at 7:00 this morning. I usually vote at night and pick up my Mom and Dad as well so they can vote too. Edit: Dang keyboard left out a letter. Time to clean it... + 0 Votes Friday PSer 3 years ago Took off of work so I could be in my 14 month old's Montessori School's yearly wagon parade. Parked right in front of the Courthouse (small town). My wife and I both voted after the event was over. People flowing in and out the whole time we were downtown. Had to wait for a booth to open (about two minutes), there were six. Other than that ... very quick process. I heard this morning, on the news, the early voter numbers were quite a bit higher than past elections. Good to hear ... + 0 Votes I stopped maecuff 3 years ago before work. No line at all. In and out in 10 minutes. + 0 Votes Fairly heavy turnout robo_dev Updated - 3 years ago (North Atlanta Suburb) About 150 people in line, took around a half hour at 9:30 EST No problems, machine and check-in setup was exactly the same as it was last time. Only problem I had was having to hold my nose while working the touch screen, as here in Georgia the choices all stink to high heavens. + 0 Votes Not voting until tonight jck 3 years ago I can't be bothered to wake up early to go vote. Plus if I go early and the line is too long, I have to leave before I can vote because I drive 45-50 mins to work... So I just wait and go right after work. + 0 Votes This should make you happy Ed Woychowsky 3 years ago <a href="http://www.mcall.com/news/breaking/mc-web-election-polls-20101102,0,6807746.story">Turnout running higher than expected</a>. <p/> I'll be voting after work. + 0 Votes Risked Life and Limb GSG Updated - 3 years ago I voted as soon as the polls opened this morning. The parking lot had no lights, and there were potholes everywhere. I almost snapped an ankle walking in, and noticed that a lot of people were having issues. They were complaining to the people running the polls, but they had no idea where the lights were. Several said that they were going to complain to the election authority about it as that could be considered a barrier to voting, especially for the disabled and elderly. It went a lot better because they've automated the check in process. We used to have to stand in 4 lines depending on the first letter of our last name, and then they'd find our name in the list and we'd sign. They always accused me of trying to vote twice as my name is one letter off from my Dad's name, and they had trouble reading the list. This year, they scanned our license, which checked to see if we'd already voted, then printed a sticker to go on the sign in sheet. I'd say the new processed saved a good 20 minutes waiting in line. We had a heavy turnout. The only time I saw it heavier was during the election 2 years ago. Edited to add: They have a lot of high school kids that work in my precinct who help the retired people who run the thing. I think it's great to see them taking part in the process and learning how important it is to vote. Voting isn't a right, it's a responsibility! + 0 Votes My wife CharlieSpencer_Palmetto 3 years ago went at noon and saw only 15 people. She was out in less than 10 minutes. + 0 Votes Voted straight party line for all the Democrats maxwell edison 3 years ago HA! Just kidding. I did, however, break one of my rules, and I cast my vote for a third-party candidate. (Any guesses as to which one?) That's something I haven't done since my 1992 vote for Mr. I'm all ears Perot. To answer your question, I hand-carried my mail-in ballot and dropped it in the box. I saw no lines, but apparently there was a steady flow of people.