Cookies and juice
Here's my election report. Thankfully, my wait at the polls was much shorter than Kirk's. Madchen came with me to vote mid-afternoon, just after I picked her up from school, and I didn't even have to stand in any lines. In fact, we spent more time picking out treats and chatting with neighbors at the bake sale (which also sold juice boxes for all the little ones accompanying their parents to the polls) than the actual voting process. It was an exciting afternoon for Madchen. Not only did she get some apple juice and a chocolate chip cookie, she learned about the word "VOTE" (which flashed up on the screen after I submitted my ballot) and even got a "Future Voter" sticker from the poll workers.