My Marshall Memorial Fellowship coincided with the final campaign days for the U.S. midterm elections. While in Europe we think of these elections as the ones in which senators and state representatives get chosen, in the U.S. it is much more than that. Dozens of local government positions and local issues get voted on. In fact, a midterm election ballot can contain many questions and list various local positions and topics to be voted on— as these vignettes from Durango, CO show. No election in the US works without the tireless support of thousands of volunteers.
Captions under each picture (open in flickr).