Election Day greetings from Tip O'Neil's hometown, our fair city, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
I voted today at the Cambridge National Guard Armory.
There was no line. But I did have to wait at the check-in table for the poll worker to finish his conversation with a Cambridge cop about Hurricane Sandy.
The guy at the ballot box was also engrossed in conversation. "Oh, did you just put one in?" he asked. "Just one?" I answered.
The other rooms in the building were locked up tight and these signs were everywhere:
"This is a military installation, not a public or private building. You are guests allowed to use this facility. Don't move or take anything."
I did hold still while I took this picture.