Tuesday, November 6, 2012

It's Election Day!

And we all went down to the polling place, the 4 voters and 2 observers, in a giant parade.

I was jealous at midnight when the 2 tiny towns in New Hampshire voted at midnight.  I wanted to vote at midnight.  Of course, those towns have a total of 47 voters, so it's much more reasonable that they would all show up at midnight than to think our approximately 1200 voters would all be as loony as me.

I'm making an Election Day Cake for dessert.  And we'll check in on the returns around 10 or so.

Hope you all voted in all of your best interests, and not just for one small aspect of each candidate's platform.  Happy Tuesday, everyone!


13 comments:

Sue said...

We voted and didn 't have to stsnd in lines.

Fudge says thank you for your support. He 's working on his acceptance speech. I don 't knoe how to tell him that he won 't win.

Pam said...

Cute cake! I early voted a couple of weeks ago.

Claire S. said...

I hope you didn't have one of those 7 hour lines I've been reading about - my last few elections have been easy - walk in, vote, walk out.
Keeping an eye on the results even here in Canada, but will likely only find out in the morning.

altadenahiker said...

Good luck to us all whatever the outcome, and I'll be that cake is pretty much history by now.

Blond Duck said...

I voted!

Two French Bulldogs said...

vote vote vote
Benny & Lily

Mickle in NZ said...

We are keeping an eye on it all down here. I think your early voting option is a great idea and really hope there is a clear result.

Your cake looks wonderful -Zebby is purring in agreement!

monica said...

election is over - I'm sure the cake is all gone too.. Looks great! Everytime I visit your blog you get me thinking I should bake some more...

Nichole said...

Cute cake!

Jan Mader said...

I live in Ohio so I voted in October!

Blond Duck said...

Happy Thursday!

Pam said...

Love the election cake! I got to vote by mail... Oregon sends the ballots out a month early.

SissySees said...

An election day parade. That sounds like fun, especially when followed by flag cake.