A reader writes:

I work at a Florida county library where they're holding the two-week Early Voting, and we've had a long line of voters from opening until now, close to six hours. Our sliding doors have been propped open. At one point it went out into the parking lot, about 80-90 people deep.

We've been tempted to go out to the line and say, "Guys, you can do this over the next two weeks! There's no real rush!" Deal is, we've never seen lines like this before, definitely not for the actual election days in November...  We're guessing this year's election is going to see massive turnouts.

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