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Kentucky

  • Nov. 4th, 2008 at 8:29 AM
docmom
In my suburban small town just outside Louisville, there are already reports of long lines.

My husband rolled out of bed at 6 AM, threw on clothes, and drove less than 2 miles to the polling place. He came home at 7:30. He said the line was all the way out the door. Confusion over which precinct/district people were in didn't help, apparently, as he said that he may have shaved nearly an hour off his time if he'd known that he was in 8 and not 8A or 8B, and he was not the only person who wasn't sure. (The map is inside the polling place, so you can't check it until you've been in the lines outside and in the lobby for quite a while.) Don't forget to be prepared, everyone!

I've carved out time to vote at 11, and my first patient after lunch is scheduled at 1:15. I'm a little worried about getting in and out in time.

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jeffxandra wrote:
Nov. 4th, 2008 02:16 pm (UTC)
You should be okay. Pre-rush hour and post work are the worst times. Mid-day, especially mid morning, is the best time if you can get in then.
beckyzoole wrote:
Nov. 4th, 2008 07:02 pm (UTC)
If your polling places are anything like mine, you should be OK. There were long lines of people trying to vote before they went to work, but by 11:00 here there was hardly any wait at all.
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