No Wait to Vote at Mease Manor
It's Election Day, and Dunedin residents are heading to the polls.
The polls at Dunedin's Mease Manor opened at 7 a.m., but within an hour or so, the line dwindled down to zero.
With showers in progress, a few voters made their way in with umbrellas in hand, but were happy to see that there was no line at the assisted living facility next to Mease Dunedin Hospital.
Some scurried to work, while others were determined to make freedom count.
Nancy Clementi, 47, said that she was prepared to weather anything to cast her vote.
"I was going to come out whether it rained or snowed or whatever," Clementi said. "That's what we have umbrellas for."