So...I voted today for Oklahoma's presidential primary. It was so strange, though, because I was just sitting at my desk in Wilder. It felt so unofficial and unceremonial. I don't know...I guess I'm just one of those people that likes getting the "I voted" sticker and talking to little old ladies that volunteer at the polling place. Maybe I'll feel more official once I have my ballot notarized.

Another thing I thought was weird was that my vote had to be cast in pencil. In light of the past elections and their vote counting problems, I'm not sure that I'm totally comfortable with that. Who says someone couldn't just erase my vote. hmmm...I guess I'll just have to have faith in the good ol' people at the Cleveland County Election Board.

Does anybody else think this is usual for absentee voting? I'm not really that worried, but I just thought it was very strange.

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