Olson: Hurry up and get here, Election Day
There are so many times and ways you can vote these days, but voting on Election Day is still the most satisfying.
Walk into your local polling place, sign your name (still no ID required, thank you) fill in the bubbles, stick the form in the machine, and that’s it.
There’s a sense of finality. After all the robo-calls, the campaign mailers, the second-hand exposure to negative campaign ads on TV and radio – most of them for races that don’t apply to you – and it’s game over.
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