This picture caught my attention because I’m sure my city is not the only city holding elections from within their community. Usually elections are held in community schools, restaurants or even libraries. My election pole I have to attend to vote is a few houses down the street from where I live, so now I only have to walk a short distance. Election Day brings a great memory from the last elections, but that was the presidential election. I was a pole worker and I had a pleasant time speaking to people, greeting them, meeting voters. Some female voters were pretty attractive but I still worked professional. These holidays in the fall are the best, thrill full 30 days of Halloween, the fresh November winds that fill my body with tiny cuts of refreshments ending with my jolly day of the year, Christmas. I love Christmas because the principle of great of year it is supposed to be but I do the complete opposite acting like the Grinch. I also miss working as a pole worker this year. I got interested and involved my senior year of high school in my English class. My teacher had fliers to fill and sign to volunteer, so I did.