And I'm not going until nine... maybe the line will have eased up by then, because people will have to be at work?
ETA: I voted. We didn't leave the house until ten--figured the lines would have dissipated a bit by then anyway (but you want to get in and out before the lunch-hour rush)--and there was about a twenty-foot line in the (small) library auditorium for each section of the alphabet, but it wasn't too bad. (Turns out you can't vote early--I mean, days or weeks in advance--in Alabama at all.) Took us about 30-40 minutes all told--the place was pretty busy, but not unmanageable. I voted for president, state senator, five or six amendments, and a few county positions where I actually knew what was going on, and left everything else blank, rather than just flip a coin. And I didn't vote for all one party, either.
Oh, and--I was voter #799. Sister Girl was #800.