On the morning of Oct. 22, I asked Bruce Cassidy how it would feel to vote for the first time as an American citizen.
“That’ll be something I’ll remember — your first voting in the United States,” Cassidy predicted. “That, of this whole process, will probably be the biggest part if I look back five years from now.”
By then, Cassidy had decided he would participate in early voting. But he hadn’t figured out when he’d go to his local town hall and fill out his ballot.