A young, burly guy tries to hand me a flyer. “I already voted,” I say.
“Did you vote for Bill,” he asks, holding up the flyer, his candidate smiling confidently on it.
“This is America,” I say, smiling. “I don’t have to tell you who I voted for.”
“You don’t have to, but c’mon. It’s me,” he says, hand over heart.
I’ve never seen him before in my life.