Calling today’s primary election turnout “light” is like calling Sarah Palin’s family “interesting.”
When I cast my vote at Saugatuck Elementary School this morning, I was only the 3rd Democrat of the day.
“Is that good or bad?” I asked.
“It’s just a fact,” a scrupulously objective poll worker replied.
When I left, another poll worker thanked me for voting.
So did Nitzy Cohen, stationed inches beyond the candidate-free zone. Even though she knows I’m not a Republican.
Hey, there was no one else around she could talk to.