Monday, November 3, 2008

Election Eve

I'm clicking all over the internet trying to find WHERE I go vote tomorrow. The search is only interrupted by me kicking myself for not exercising my early voting option. Should I be nervous about the lines? Should I be nervous about the outcome? I haven't allowed myself to even contemplate that there is a chance that Obama won't win.

In my search I've found a bunch of new local blogs that seem to be focused on Alameda. I can't wait to give 'em all a look-see.

I was so excited to tell you all how my 84 year old Grammie is voting for Obama. But tonight, my republican father reported that she couldn't find her voter registration card. I think I detected a hint of glee in his voice. I countered with a "she probably early voted and forgot." Or else they gathered up the voter registration cards at her assisted living facility in preparation for the taking all the residents in the morning.

3 comments:

Rockzee said...

I don't think you need your card to vote. Once you're registered, you're in the system. Tell Grannie to get to the polls.

Miss Grace said...

Ooh I hope she votes!

mrs. blogoway said...

Is she in Texas? If so she only needs her drivers license, id card, or a utility bill with her name on it...