12/04/2008 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

Mailbag: Three Generations Vote In Oklahoma

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Colin from Tulsa, OK writes:

On Saturday we decided to go in a vote early. We got to the polls at about 9:05 am and were through by 10:50 am. My 88 year old mother went through the line without sitting once and we all got our ballots and cast our votes. My mother, wife and daughter were with me so a certain senator from the land of Lincoln garnered 4 votes from that carload.

I must commend the workers at the Tulsa County Election Board who were very helpful and extremely courteous and the line that stretched all around the block went through in good time. If all the polling centers were as well run as ours there would be very little problem anywhere. So it is on to Change Tuesday!

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