It's almost over except for counting the votes.
When I walked into the building to vote, I saw a man lying on the floor and a woman lying on a couch.
One elderly lady passed out and fell backwards knocking three others over during her fall. At least three of these people went ahead and voted. It was being debated whether the other person would need to go to the hospital.
I saw on the news one lady voted while in labor on her way to the hospital.
People voted in shelters and tents in areas hit by hurricane Sandy.
One voter wrote in names of his father, college professor, and dorm director in positions unopposed. What an honor. This kid actually put some thought into those positions instead of checking the obvious vote.
My stomach is in knots as I watch the election returns.
Whatever happens, I hope and pray God will bless America.
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