As soon as the first alarm My wife and I arrived at the polling place just as the doors opened. It was pouring raing and there were about sixty people waiting to vote. Ours is a strongly Democratic district, but I brought my camera, just in case. I didn't need it. Everything was nice and orderly. Later as we drove to work we waved at the brave souls on overpasses and busy intersections waving signs for their candidates. A lone Department of Transportation truck crept along the side of the highway plucking illegal signs from the shoulder. It looks pretty good.