Also, what's up with churches being polling places? In the tiny town I grew up in it made some sense since it was the only building large enough that wouldn't be disturbed by a constant stream of people coming and going. But the church I voted at today was less than a mile from a conference center. I bet the poll venue influences a lot of voters. If you go to church and have the preacher tell you how you should be voting, it's hard not to vote that way while still in a church.
Just a few lunch break thoughts. Man, I love being able to post from my phone.