POLLING STATION--FOLSOM, CALIFORNIA--updated
For me, voting in Folsom is very easy. My polling station is right across the street. Earlier in the day I took a look over there and the parking lot appeared full, so I waited until it thinned out a bit to make my move.
After entering the station, I was greeted by Otis, who pointed me to the correct station for voter sign-in. I'm not sure how long Otis has been working as a volunteer, but I remember him from last year and he does a great job. This particular polling station is always very organized and staffed with the most helpful and friendly volunteers.
At around 2 PM, this station had no lines but had a constant flow of voters arriving. I was in and out in less than 15 minutes.
I was told that Marti, pictured below, is the boss, so she deserves some kudos for the fine job this year. She did, however, have a good crew working for her and they deserve a standing ovation as well. Marti allowed me to take a few pics as long as I had the permission of each voter. I decided not to bother the voters and opted for a couple pics of the crew. (click to enlarge pics)
***UPDATE: Marti informs me in the comment section that she's not the boss. Phil is the Inspector at this station. Thanks for the correction, Marti.