Walk: City Hall Distance: 5.4 miles, Yoga
So, Ciwt is a total sucker for Civic Centers and their grand buildings like San Francisco's City Hall.
And today felt like a good one for casting her ballot which California counts on the day of the election. Instead of using a mailbox or waiting for her usual polling place on election day, she walked her completed ballot to her civic center where an extensive fresh air voting center has been established and manned. After the volunteers ensured that her ballot was properly signed and dated, she slid it through the slot in the bright red box below:
Felt good and on her way back home she noticed for the first time that a statue of Abraham Lincoln sits in front of City Hall (watching voters).
|Lincoln erected by public subscription, 1927|
P.S. - Today (the next one) I received this from Ballotrax:
This is a message from San Francisco Department of Elections. Your ballot for the 2020 General Election was received and will be counted. Thank you for voting!
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