This week we asked readers exiting voting sites about their general experience on this Election Day.
It was good because I came out early today, so I was in and out. They were very helpful. They had me in the back, and I’m all done. I’m not sure about the voter turnout today, and I don’t like the mayor.
They were very helpful and had no lines. It was very organized, and the process was equally distributed in terms of workload so it was very efficient. No, I didn’t see any Russians. I don’t know how the mayor is going to do today, but he has a lot of opposition. A lot of people don’t like him, and we’ll see about the Bronx races as well.
Well, I’ll tell you one thing, it was the first time I voted in many years. Everybody was pretty cool and helpful, very. To me, the bottom line is I won’t see change no matter who wins. It’s the same story over and over again. The problems are there are no jobs, [there’s] crime. And the change that has occurred over the years has been terrible.
I got in early. The line wasn’t too bad, and they were very helpful. They gave me my voting papers. The people were doing a good job. I think the mayor should win. He’s doing a good job. They never give him any credit for what he does good, just the negative they give him. It’s amazing that people never speak of the good things. They look for the bad, but I give the mayor credit for what he’s done so far.
It was nice, but then it became a little stressful because the machines weren’t working. But I gave them my ballot, and I’m happy and proud to be a voter today. I voted ‘No’ on [the Constitutional Convention] so our union gets to keep our pension according to what the union told me. Mayor de Blasio? All the way, boo-boo.