We early voted yesterday at the library (early voting started on Monday in Houston). It look 45 minutes to get through the line. Due to a court ruling against the Texas Voter ID Law, if you did not have a picture ID, you could fill out an affidavit and vote. Ever since we moved to Texas, I have been aggravated how difficult absentee voting is in this state. In a previous year when we were going to be in Europe, they suggested I mail the ballot from Europe and if I wanted to send it in before I left, they suggested I travel to an adjacent country to mail it. This is the extent to which voter suppression leads towards major inconvienence. This is the frick'n digital age, not horse and buggy age. (I realize that mailing in a ballot is not digital, but still...) In contrast I absentee voted for 30 years in Minnesota, no questions asked, the difference between progressive and regressive. Regarding Trust's suggestion that Trump supporters go to polling places to monitor, there was a line marked with signs around the library where loitering was not allowed, only voters or library patrons could pass. So much for another bright Trust idea.