PHOTOS: Weho Residents Hit the Polls

Poll workers say the morning polls have been consistently busy.

West Hollywood residents took to the polls Tuesday morning, turning out in the masses to vote in the 2012 General Election. 

Lines stretched outside of buildings and around corners at polling places throughout the cities, as poll workers at several polling places said that the morning turnout had been surprisingly busy.

"The morning has been very consistent," said a poll worker at the Hollywood Temple Beth El. "When people get off of work will be the busiest, but people have been coming all morning. It's been steady."

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R. Daniels November 06, 2012 at 08:51 PM
Surprising, I didn't have to show ID.
R. Daniels November 06, 2012 at 08:53 PM
With thousands of deceased voters still on the rolls in California, voter fraud would be easy to pull off!
David November 07, 2012 at 02:57 PM
If we are to retain separation between the religion industry and the State I,we should not have to vote at a Jewish temple like I had to do on Nov.6th when I voted at Temple Bethel at 1317 N.Crescent Heights Blvd.Hopefully the Board of Elections will find a more suitable polling place than a religion industry building.


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