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originally posted by: Waterglass
We vote at a rural fire department about 1 1/2 miles away from our home in South Carolina in Lexington County outside of Columbia. My wife said that when she drove by at 6:55AM on her way to work people were already backed up almost 1/4 mile in line as the place opens at 7:00AM. I just drove out at 9:30AM and saw people walking down the street towards the fire house to vote as cars are parked along the side of the road bumper to bumper at least one mile away and they are now spilling over to the side streets.
They are backed up so far I could not see down the other two streets that approach the building. I would surmise they are also backed up
I have never seen anything like this in my life.
My wife drove by at least several polling places on her 40+ minute commute to work. She said all are packed with lines 100's of yards long and she drives threw the sticks.
Them's Hillary's deplorable's country.
My brothers in New York State are seeing the same thing.
So whatcha thinking?
I will try later. Any one else seeing heavy turnout?
originally posted by: AugustusMasonicus
This is why I voted by mail 16 times already, I had no intention of waiting on line and moving forward I will most likely not go to the polls again since this was so simple this year.
originally posted by: Xtrozero
originally posted by: Advantage
The only people at the poling place besides me and my grandson were the workers. I live in So Il... heavily Dem area.
That actually makes total sense as the vast majority of democrats have already voted.