Orange County Voters Take A More Neighborly Approach To Voting
Voters in Orange County were casting their votes among neighbors beginning at 6:00 a.m. Tuesday morning. Many residents in the large community of Anaheim Hills and Orange volunteered their homes as voting centers.
Gisellle Bustrum’s house in Anaheim Hills was among the few homes that welcomed voters at 6:30 a.m. More than 100 people have cast their votes in her house.
Nearly 40 people lined up by her house before the poll even opened.
“Many residents and neighbors in this area like to go for a walk and having the poll close to their house makes voting more accessible,” a local resident shared his excitement on having local polls as he walked in the Bustrum’s house.
“It is my patriotic duty to help in any way that I can and this is the least I can do,” Giselle Bustrum mentioned the importance of voting and how everyone should take responsibility.
“We really can’t tell who would bring the most change, what we should do, is to vote and express our call for reform”, a resident said as she was walking back to her house from the voting poll.