Unbeknownst to me, there was a vote today in Ann Arbor. Apparently, it was advertised this morning in the local paper, but I don't read that. I only happened to know there was a vote because I dropped by the library on my way home.
As a good citizen, I went by my local polling place to cast a vote. The votes were pretty much school levies and the school board, and almost every race was unopposed. As an extra good citizen, I didn't vote in the real races, as I don't want to be a random influence. I did vote in the unopposed races, as I'm unsure whether or not you need a minimum number of actual votes cast to validate an election.
Interestingly, I was voter #9 in my local polling place today. And I went by at 7 pm. Wow!
Total side note: I just saw an ad for visiting Puerto Rico, and it ended with "no passport needed for US citizens." Um, yes, of course. It's part of the US. I can't believe there is still a sizable population of people who don't realize that.