Our third installment of your voting pictures on election day 2012 after the jump …
“I’ve been voting in presidential elections in nyc for the past 12 years (3 cycles) and I have never seen lines this long before at my polling place in the morning. The line is around the block.” (New York, NY)
“Lively, packed voting at the Brooklyn Museum at about 7:40 a.m.! I did notice a surprising number of Romney lawn signs, however.”
“In ten years, I’ve never had to wait on line, until today. Thirty minus this morning, and it looked demographically republican (older whiter).” (Fairview Village, PA).
“A mother, a daughter, and photos of monks playing softball. What’s more American?”
“Pic of my wife and I voting in Bethel Heights, AR this morning at 10:15 am.”
“I had a chuckle reading your post about “legal” photography. I got apprehended and aggressively booted from my polling place (in well-known radical hangout Brooklyn Heights) for taking this photo of my 7-year-old twins voting for the first time. God bless America!”
“This is my daughter Elyse near our voting station in Somerville, MA (02143).
“Lonely chair outside precinct 3 in Farmington Hills, Mich. Maybe for Clint Eastwood?”
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