Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Election Report from Harlan

It was around 8:30 AM by the time I submitted by ballot before I put in my ballot 80 people had already voted. It looked like school was in session as students were still filing into the school. It was quite cold outside and there were workers outside working on resurfacing Michigan Avenue.

Before I got in a volunteer was handing out leaflets with a palm card with a list of candidates to consider from Ald. Lyle who's also our Democratic committeewoman.

It was almost empty in Harlan's small gym there were only two others who already had the booth and two others had come in before I left.

When I left there was another volunteer seeking petition signatures for the Alderman.

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