I didn't see any other voters when I went to the polls at Moody School around 8AM, there were about 15 election workers there, staffing the two party's tables for each of the congressional districts served by that polling station. When I asked about the turnout, the response was a laughing, "You're the ninth voter."
Tuesday, August 10, 2010
Every Vote REALLY Counts Today!
Voters in the City are going to the polls in both the Republican and the Democratic Primary elections today. On the Democratic side, there are four separate choices: Malloy or Lamont for Governor, Wyman or Glassman for Lt. Governor, Garcia or Merrill for Secretary of State, and Jarjura or Lembo for State Comptroller. Republicans choose between Fedele, Foley, and Griebel for Governor, Boughton, and Wilson-Foley for Lt. Governor, Dean and Garber for Attorney General, and McMahon, Schiff, and Simmons for U.S. Senate.