Los Angeles, Election Day 2008

All Photos by TJ Sullivan 2008
The line of people waiting to vote at the Cheviot Hills Recreation Center at 2551 Motor Ave. stretched back more than 100 yards prior to the opening of the polls at 7 a.m. Likewise, there were long lines outside polling places set up in two fraternity houses near UCLA.

I've posted a brief photo essay online at www.TJSullivanLA.com, and plan to add to it throughout the day. (More photos available here after the jump.)

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