Voices from Election Day morning in La Jolla

Voices from Election Day morning in La Jolla

The polls were busier on Tuesday than they had been in previous mid-term elections — at least according to poll workers at La Jolla’s All Hallows Catholic Church and La Jolla Christian Fellowship. Each polling place reported about 70 voters from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m., which workers seemed pleased with reporting.

“The turnout has been pretty good this morning,” said Jenny Badua, field service representative for the County Registrar of Voters, who was checking up on things at All Hallows.

Although the Light went to press before any election results were announced, we asked several La Jollans what brought them out to the polls — including one whose name was actually on the...