The Command Post
2004 US Presidential Election
November 02, 2004
Texas | Polls closing in a half hour

Cool, rainy day in Texas today and around much of the country. My polling place is in an older neighborhood, sort of a mix of older and younger residents. The nice ladies who checked my card said the turnout had been steady, not overwhelmingly busy. I walked right in, signed the form, and voted. Didn’t take 2 minutes.

Looking for early results. Good chance Dallas is going to put Pete Sessions in and send Martin Frost home (Texas 31). A reasonable chance that Arlene Wohlgemuth will defeat the Democratic incumbent Chet Edwards (Texas 17).

Darn falling back from Daylight Savings Time. It was dark at 5:45



Posted by Dave Rutland at November 2, 2004 07:22 PM | TrackBack
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