I voted this morning at 7:15am. My polling place is a local volunteer fire department. During "regular" elections it is never really too crowded or busy at that time of the morning. I think the last presidential election was the busiest I've seen it and there were roughly 20 people in line ahead of me and a ten minute wait. Not bad at all.
This morning there were seven people there to vote. There were no candidate signs out front, no people passing out literature, and no "I Voted" stickers. It looked NOTHING like the crazy lines and crowds in other states. I must admit I was a little disappointed. I was hoping to be a part of the hoopla.
The other interesting factoid – there were six Democrats and 1 Republican present. How do I know this? We had to declare it out loud at the check-in table because there were separate machines for each party.
All-in-all a much more uneventful but still interesting experience.