However.....this did not prevent random people in the grocery store from stopping me (ie, standing in front of me/my cart so I couldn't go where I needed to without running them over) and telling me repeatedly that I needed to do my civic duty and go vote. Politely saying "I did vote, excuse me" was insufficient, because I did not have the pretty little "I Voted!" sticker on my clothing. I swear, the lack of one made me a magnet for these champions of voting.
Not for nothing, but not every polling location even HAS stickers. while most of my friends voted, several joked online that they didn't get a sticker
What irks me is people who vote on their way into work, but act like I'm a horrible person because I did not. Well, my polling place is on the opposite side of a county highway. Meaning I'd have to make two u-turns in rush hour just to get there! Its much easier to go on my way home, as I go in, park, vote, and come back out and continue on my merry way home.
Just because I don't do it early doens't mean I'm not going to.