Though it went better for me than it did for Homer, it was still a pain. Our polling place ran out of ballots for our precinct on the morning of the 1st day of early voting! Let me repeat that: they ran out of paper ballots within hours. And a guy from the county clerk's office announced it happened at every early polling place in the city! Way to be prepared, Denver!
We waited about a half of hour and were then told we could come back (after more ballots were printed, whenever that might be!) or we could vote on electronic voting machines. We voted using the machines, and I'm hoping that the decertification and recertification of our electronic voting machines means they worked correctly.
On the upside, after we worked up an appetite exercising our constitutional rights, we went across the street to a taqueria and had tacos and Mexican Coke (Did you know that Coca Cola made in Mexico tastes better and is probably healthier?). Viva la democracia!