I was a poll worker for the Gore v Bush election. The polls open in NY at 6 and don't close until 9 but I was there for about another hour or so after that to clean up, so I had an extremely long day. There was high turnout for that election and I found it draining directing people to their correct district and having people yell at me because they'd moved but their names weren't on the register. I swore I'd never do it again.
Originally Posted by LadyV69
Oh, I'm sure it will be tiring. And that I'll be spending the day with older people and meeting some previously, possibly blessedly, unknown neighbors. It's okay. I'm a bit sequestered in my regular routine and I like to shake things up now and then.

Of course, a vacation would be better, but that's not really possible right now. Although, I did get invited to scenic Columbus, Ohio for a day this week. (I'm skipping it.)