And then it was that day.
The final days before the primary, I attempted to speak with as many people as possible. Hoping to convert some final undecided ones. I was fairly successful on Fulton Street. A lady leaving a church service said I must have been send to her for a special reason.
I spend part of election day around City Hall putting flyers and the Bay View paper in the empty newspaper stands. As dusk was approaching, I kept hearing a very ghastly shrieking. I couldn't tell where it came from, as it resonated off the buildings from all sides. At 8pm, the voting stations closed. It was then that I saw the source of the shrieking. It didn't come from the many homeless people that wander this area, as my immediate hunch was. It came from bats right above me. I had never heard or seen bats here before. They themselves, seemed confused being there, too.
A fitting closure to a disturbing primary season.
The couple below voted for Bernie. Yes, old men vote for Bernie too.
The Bay View monthly newspaper put a plea for sanity on their cover, and I distributed the paper across town in the many empty newsstands.
Wade Woods was hard to ignore in the Fillmore district.
Nighttime. John checks the stats and we realize the fight is far from over.
Catching up on fraud: "Hillary Clinton and Electoral Fraud".
Radical publisher Verso shedding light on the evil that is Hillary: "False Choices: The Faux Feminism of Hillary Rodham Clinton". San Francisco Public Library has 3 copies! Tell your library to get some, too.