There's no shortage of opinion out there on today's final day of voting for the 2010 General Election.
Wandering around the a few days ago and hearing it in whispers, sitting down for a and catching a bit of commentary on the U.S. Senate race, and yesterday—it's a hot topic around town.
It's just my opinion, but it seems a certain amount of opinion is an act of catharsis after King County stopped using the ballot box system in 2009 and went to an all-mail election. They'll start counting the ballots as early as 3 p.m. today, and many of you have already turned in your ballots.
And then there are . Intiatives 1053, 1082, 1098, 1100, 1105 & 1107, to name a few, not to mention the state legisative races in the 41st District or the U.S. Senate race.
I've got a video and digital camera, a note-pad, and a bunch of prizes to give away for sharing your opinion.
So how about it, Mercer Island? What's your view? Who's your favorite candidate? What voter initiative did you love, or hate? Do you miss voting in the ballot box? Was it a tough election, or an easy choice?
The email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org.
I'll also be walking around town and visiting coffee shops, asking folks their opinion and making a video of my responses. If you see me (and that's me on the right) be sure to stop me, say hello, and earn those 10 seconds of internet fame (and some cool logo'd schwag) on Mercer Island Patch!