Early Voting

I went to Keller Town Hall to vote early the other day.  I got there about 5:15 and there was a short line to get into the room.  But the line moved quickly and once I was in it didn’t take long.  But I should note that they had two stations set up for registering people and giving them access codes to the voting machines and they had about 20 voting machines.

I generally don’t like voting on the Etch-a-sketch, but I thought I’d get it out of the way early this year.


  1. Mary Cole says:

    I voted yesterday and they gave me the option of paper ballot or electronic. I did the paper ballot—out of habit I think. The local races were for the most part uncontested. There was no one in the “C” line so I was in and out of there in 5 minutes. Walking to my car I felt totally let down. I guess after all the political commercials I expected bells and whistles when I cast my vote.—Tia

  2. If I had waited for election day and voted at the local precinct I would have had a paper ballot.  It’s only the early voting here that is all electronic (the electronic system lets them send the customized ballot to the voting machine you select so they don’t have to have 50 different versions of the paper ballots because you can vote at any location the county).

    It’s funny, but I also felt a little let down.  It seems like there should have been something more to it.