Report from a Seattle voter
The collapsible polling stations each had ten or so voters in line, but since these are paper-and-ink ballots they can be completed anywhere you can find space to write. And they were. Every flat surface in the school library featured voters marking their choices, and a black ink pen became a treasured commodity that was passed to your chosen successor in a way that reminded me of my dad handing me the car keys for the first time.
It's an iconic voting experience today in more ways than I can count.