Got to the polls at 6:45. I waited five minutes to vote in the 2004 and 2006 elections, I waited 45 minutes this time. Never seen this sort of turnout. The biggest issue at my polling place is parking. It's an elementary school, which as we all know, they don't have the parking lots that High Schools and Churches have. The school is surrounded by neighborhoods and there are tons of 'no parking' signs everywhere.
My district is a western suburb of Richmond, Va, and voted for Bush overwhelmingly in 2000 and 2004, voted overwhelmingly for John Warner in 2000, but George Allen barely won my district in the 2006 election he lost to Jim Webb.
McCain leads the polls in my district, but Mark Warner leads the Senate Polls by a huge margin in my district, county and the state overall. Should be an interesting day. An interesting fact that I think really shows the dynamics of the election in Virginia. Given that Mark Warner is up by 30+ points on his republican rival, you'd imagine that would translate to a larger lead for Obama in Virginia which has a democratic governor.