Funny, I never before noticed the mural painted on the wall over the voting machines of my local precinct. [Guess where? Duh - in a church.]
Maybe it's new.
It struck me that a case could be made out of this as on-site illegal campaigning.
Then I got confused and tried to vote for Jesus, but disappointingly he wasn't on the ballot.
Drat! It didn't occur to me until just now I could have written his name in.
Maybe it's all for the best. From the look of the graphics behind his name, he might could be a pro-war candidate.
Boom, boom, boom, boom, gonna have a war -- way too scary!
I asked first if it was okay for me to take a photo, and a very sweet lady said she didn't know but that it probably meant I couldn't. I gave her a prissy smile and turned to another very nice lady, who pondered, "Hmmmm.... There was a journalist here last year who stopped by to take a picture, so it's probably not illegal."
She suggested I stand back at the entrance so as not to interfere with voters or their privacy.
I said that was cool. [I was really only interested in documenting the mural, not in taking portraits of people voting. In fact, I blurred any faces that seemed identifiable before posting this photo.]