I voted this morning at my local early vote location. The line was existent but not bad - I think I waited about 20 minutes. The machine seemed to work fine, though it is a receipt-free electronic touch screen thing, so there's no way to know if it actually recorded my vote properly. I would never choose this as a voting system, but without evidence of actual wrongdoing or systematic malfunctions, I'm not going to worry about it. It was certainly convenient and easy to use.
I voted for Obama and I voted Democrat for the Congresscritters. I voted to retain and not retain judges in accordance with the committee's recommendations. I skipped several of the very local races where I know nothing about the candidates; I decided to let the people who are more informed (or more partisan, or whatever) decide those races.
I voted no on most of the ballot measures.
I voted against letting the gambling towns vote to have longer hours and higher-stakes games with most of the money going to fund community colleges.
I voted against making employers have good reasons for firing people.
I voted against something that was supposed to give more money to help the disabled.
I voted against higher severance taxes on oil and gas.
I voted against prohibiting affirmative action by the state. (Correction: I actually can't remember how I voted on this. I was torn.)
I voted against defining "person" in the Constitution to include fertilized eggs, embroys, and fetuses.
I voted against disallowing local governments from taking automatic deductions from paychecks except for legally required things. (This is about unions. I've intuited from the various ads that some firefighters and other public servants get union dues automatically withdrawn, though they can opt out if they wish. The new bill would have prohibited that. I decided not to prohibit it.)
I voted FOR making it illegal to require someone to be in a union to work at a certain place.
I voted against holding company executives criminally responsible for the criminal acts of their companies.
I voted against some very complicated thing about funding education. (This offensive TV ad about it didn't help.)
I voted against requiring companies with more than 20 employees to provide health insurance.
I voted against requiring companies to provide a safe working environment and making it easier for lawsuits to be filed if a worker is injured.
So, basically, I voted Democrat on the national parts of the ticket, and on some state races, and then voted against the common man for most local measures. Or something.