Reports from the field

Argyle resident Molly Vallelian said she wanted the whole election experience, so she didn’t vote early. Instead, she got in line at Argyle Town Hall at 7 a.m. this morning and even chose a paper ballot. She waited about 15 minutes in line.
“Frankly, no matter who wins,” Vallelian wrote on Facebook,”I am simply thrilled that the campaigning will END.”
But Argyle High School senior Kyle Henkel did go in early in order to vote in his first presidential election.
“I had a state title to defend for my high school so, of course, I had to vote early,” said Henkel, a member of the three-peat 3A State Champion Argyle High School Marching Band.