We voted yesterday. We chose to do it early because we'd heard that some states have been purging voter rolls, so we wanted to give ourselves plenty of time in case there was an issue. I've also read that some places are experiencing delays and long lines because of new voting machines, so that was another reason to go early.
We didn't encounter any problems, but just in case you do, here is an article with tips on what to do.
We cast the 521 and 522 votes in our little municipality of 20,o00. (In the last mayoral election, only 2,000 votes were cast, so it's fairly impressive that we've already reached 25 percent of that number.)
It felt a little odd to be voting early. In the past, knowing that millions of people are voting on the same day has always been a communal experience. However, I am glad that there are more options for people now.
One thing surprised me. I found it a very emotional experience to vote for such a historic candidate. I didn't expect to get teary-eyed in the voting booth.
Considering everything that's at stake, let's make this a historic turnout, huh?