Hembree Park in Roswell. Poll worker says “at least” three hours from here. I got in line about 8:15.
Final results: About 3.5 hours, with mostly cheerful people. Lots of folks trying to avoid waiting with their kids next week, or concerned about work hours. There were 18 machines in use, and about 1100 people had voted in the first three hours at my location. One tattle-tale went to the poll workers and complained about someone who had a McCain-Palin tote bag that she was using as a purse, but keeping to herself and not ‘campaigning’. They asked her to obscure the writing on the tote, from what I could see. The guy in line in front of me passed untouched with the “Georgians for McCain” t-shirt. The poll workers were extremely reluctant to get involved, it seemed.
All in all an interesting experiment, but from now on I buy a stamp.