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HOW TO VOTE! Plus Yard Signs and Sidewalk Art

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If you haven’t voted yet, DO IT! Here’s how:

EARLY VOTING CONTINUES THRU TOMORROW – MONDAY, NOV 2 FROM 7 AM TO 8 PM

The closest location to Greenbelt is just 9 minutes away (on a Sunday) – DuVal High School 9880 Good Luck Road Lanham MD. Voters have been reporting short lines to Greenbelt Facebook groups.

VOTING ON ELECTION DAY

According to the link above, the only place to vote this year in all of Greenbelt is Eleanor Roosevelt High School. No telling what the wait times will be.

VOTING BY MAIL? DROP IT OFF INSTEAD

Don’t put your ballot in the mail. Just drop it off in the box in front of Eleanor Roosevelt HS.

SIGNS OF ELECTION 2020 IN OLD GREENBELT

Above, Greenbelt’s favorite sidewalk artist says it well here at the corner of Ridge and Gardenway Roads. Savannah Guthrie is depicted and quoted: “You’re not like some crazy uncle, just retweeting whatever.”

Long before election season, Connie Davis on Northway Road has used signs to make her point.

Seen on Lakeside Drive.

This is my front yard as seen from Ridge Road, with the standard-issue sign facing the street.

SIDEWALK ART, TOO

My favorite source of political signage during the late pandemic has been the an anonymous chalk artist at the corner of Gardenway and Ridge Road. I’ve collected almost all of them in this growing collection.

The Fauci piece was done early on and is awfully current today. The take on Kimberly Guilfoyle was drawn the day after her speech to the RNC.

The utility box near the chalk pieces has also been put to good political work. This is a close-up of what’s becoming quite a collage.

ADD YOUR SIGNS OR ART

Send yours to editor@greenbeltonline.org.

Follow Susan Harris:
“Susan started blogging about Greenbelt soon after moving here in 2012, and that first blog has grown into this nonprofit community website. Retired from garden writing and teaching, she continues to blog at GardenRant.com and direct the nonprofit Good Gardening Videos.org.”
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