Loretta A. Ragsdell asks:
"Yes, I voted today, and it was crowded, but I didn't have to wait long. We will have a decision tonight, and Obama is going to win."
"No, I voted early, and yes, I sure do believe the election will be decided, and I think we're going to win. I campaigned for [Obama]. I worked for him, and I think he's going to win. I voted for Obama."
"Yes, I voted today. I went around 9:30 or 10 a.m. It was approximately 20 people in there. It was an in-and-out process; I didn't have to wait long. I think we will get the results tonight, but again I am kind of iffy, because of what happened in New York. They said they were going to make sure that the people have somewhere to vote, but just because of what happened with Hurricane Sandy, I think we might have to wait. I voted for Mr. Barack Obama."
"Yes, I did vote today. It took me five minutes. It wasn't a long line today, but I tried Friday and I tried Saturday, and it was a two-hour wait, and after two hours I gave up. I think we might have to wait because of the effects Hurricane Sandy, and we really need to wait for all the votes to get in, so we can have an accurate account. I voted for Obama, of course. Democratic party all the way!"
"Yes, I voted today. It took about 10 minutes. I don't think we are going to get the results tonight. We are going to have to wait because it is going to be close, but Barack is going to pull it out. I voted for Barack Obama."
"No, not yet, I am on my way to the polls now. I would think a decision tonight. I think [Obama] is going to win by at least 500,000. I don't think it is going to be a close as they have predicted. I don't think the polls have been honest at all. I think they put on an illusion to maybe make people think that Romney has a chance at winning to promote people to get out and vote for him, but I don't think it's close at all. I think Obama has been in the lead this whole stretch."