I Voted

It was a beautiful day in Austin, and my polling place is less than a mile away so I walked over there after class. There was a very short line and the whole process took about 15 minutes. Voted in the presidential primary, the Texas Senate race and a couple of local races, including Travis County D.A. (I worked with one of the candidates.) I felt sorry for the folks working at the Republican primary desk, because almost everyone in line was voting at the Democratic primary. I plan on going back tonight for the caucus, or “primary convention.”
My unscientific impression is that Hillary may have regained a bit of momentum over the weekend, and she may have enough left to win in Ohio and Texas today. She’s still way behind, but it’s good to keep her around.


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