I'm curious as to what everyone's opinion on early voting is. I don't really like it. Here's a hypothetical situation: 40,000 people vote early in your state. Half for Bush, half for Kerry. They all vote in mid-October. On November 1st, let's say that Bush decides to go out in the blaze of glory by nuking Boston or Kerry poses for a photo-op with Osama Bin Laden (hypothetical, don't flame me). The problem is, now you've got 20,000 angry voters storming polling places declaring that America is a free country and they have a constitutional right to change their vote. I realize the example is over the top, but I'm afraid in some future election there will be a candidate who alienates his or her base in the week leading up to the election. At some point we will have to deal with pissed off early voters who want to change their votes.