On the final day of election, polling locations reflected the wildly divided state of the country. In Joshua Tree, only a few people waited in line in the late afternoon as a slow trickled of voters flowed in. According to the supervisor at the site, as light as it was, today’s turnout was heavier than the previous three days with a mix of people voting and dropping off their ballots.
In the more remote Flamingo Heights polling place voters also arrived a few at a time, with no waiting. In Yucca Valley at the Desert Hills Presbyterian Church polling place voters lined up along the building and into the parking lot. Voters in the middle of the line said they’d only been waiting about 15 minutes but they expected the line to grow as people got off of work.
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