I voted at Montezuma Elementary, where I had to wait almost 50 minutes to cast my ballot. Fifteen precincts were voting in a location where normally only four do. A volunteer explained that so few polling places were being used because the Democratic Party did not have enough volunteers to work at more locations.
In addition, the Albuquerque Journal reports "Brian Colon, state Democratic Party chairman, had estimated 30,000 to 40,000 voters would turn up at 184 polling sites around the state in the Democratic-run caucus, which is run like a primary. That compares with about 105,000 votes cast in the caucus in 2004." Why on earth would they predict that only a third of the people who voted last time would show up this time?
I'm interested to hear others' experiences and observations.