The View From Your Election: San Diego

A reader writes:

It took just thirty minutes from my place in line until I thanked the polling staff and left. People in line were quietly smiling at each other. Most were young. An even mix of black and white. A young father with an infant let a blind lady cut in front of him in line. A man with a "No on 8" shirt was zipping up his sweatshirt to cover it up as he took his place in line. It felt like we were a part of something huge. It felt like we were making history.

As Faith, the poll worker, said as she handed me my ballot: "Now, go get your vote on!"

If you haven't yet, there's still time.