The day you've been waiting for is here at last! OK, not really, but there is an election today. Have you voted in what the Chronicle predicted might be "the lowest primary election turnout in state history"? Are you going to?


As of 10 AM, my polling place in the Outer Sunset was free of voters, and it appeared it had been that way all morning (in person voting began at 7 AM). "Maybe they all voted by mail?" my election worker said, hope in her voice.

But it's not too late (assuming you're registered to vote). If you've set to vote by mail, you can drop off those ballots at at any polling place (not just yours) in San Francisco or at City Hall. If you want to vote in person, you can find your polling place here. If you still need an overview of the issues, here's the voter information packet to get you going.

We know you're on the edge of your seat, just dying to know the results of today's races. The early results will be posted at the Department of Elections site at around 8:45, with periodic updates thereafter.

Did you vote in person today? Please do share your tales of polling place thrills and excitement, we're dying to hear them.

Hazel Hsu, daughter of early SFist Rita Hao, stands in front of a voting machine Tuesday morning.