It’s primary election day. There were a slew of senatorial candidates for both parties. If there was no majority, a runoff will happen in September.
It didn’t take long to vote, since the polling station wasn’t crowded and the ballot was short.
Ballots for regular elections are so long, I think most people grow weary after voting their choices for federal offices. Paging through various district judges, referendums, state constitutional revisions, local issues, crammed at the tail end of the ballot–most don’t understand the issues and are tired at that point.
The good part, I did my civic duty before an intense rainstorm hit–a real “frog strangler.” Speaking of frogs–my dogs and me were watching little frogs on our flooded patio, swimming for their lives.