Vote Day Is Here! And the locals are buzzing…

Perhaps it has come to your attention that there is a sort of big deal election taking place today.  Well you aren’t the only one who noticed, as a quick look at any Brooklynian board will prove.  Locals have been checking in all day, sharing their experiences:

tapdame: just wanted to let you know how things went at my polling site. I voted at PS 282 on 6th ave. The line was about 3/4 of the way down Berkeley street towards 5th ave. I got in line at 6:11am and was out the door by 7:05am. I strongly suggest that you know your election district prior to getting in line, as waiting in that line probably tacks on about 45 minutes.

asking questions pertaining to their local polling site:

Cabaki: This is my first time voting in park slope (8th street) so I have no idea what to expect. Is is better to get there when the polls open before work, or after work? How many hours do you think we’ll have to wait on line to vote?”

and giving tips on how to vote best:

henrycurtis: Don’t wear political clothing, or excess button/pins. It may be considered “electioneering” in the polling place and you may not be allowed to vote.

So stop by, share your stories and ask your questions at Park Slope Message Board – voting in park slope ::

One Reply to “Vote Day Is Here! And the locals are buzzing…”

  1. If I walk in with gold teeth and a bucket of kennedy fried chicken, would that be considered electioneering?

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