Today was Primary Election Day in California.
I did not have time this morning to go vote before leaving for work, so planned on stopping at the polls on my way home.
I first went to where I voted in the last election, and it was the wrong place. I guess I should have paid more attention to my sample ballot and the many mailings that I received from candidates.
I just had to take a picture of the Polling Place/Lugar De Votacion sign. Of course it has to be posted in both English and Spanish here in California. I was looking for the 100 Pies, but couldn’t find them.
Leading up to the election I had received a big stack of items in the mail. A sample ballot, election guide and many mailers from the different candidates and party headquarters. Interestingly enough I received the most mailers from a candidate that was running unopposed.
I also received many phone calls in the last two weeks, I finally just let the answering service start picking them up.
This also reminds me that I received a Happy Birthday e-mail from the RNC along with a request for a donation.
After filling out my ballot I received an ‘I Voted’ sticker. I always like to get the sticker and wear it proudly. Since I was headed home, no one really saw the sticker. You get the chance to see it now 🙂
Now to find out the results of the election. Did the candidates and measures that I voted for win? Will I be able to vote for the same person in the General Election in November?