Unlike other years, when voters ambling up to perform a civic duty can be easily loaded down with palm-cards and other campaign materials, this year's electorate seems hell-bent on getting in to the booths, their minds more than made up.
“They're not interested in taking anything,” Clark said. “They're just purposeful. They come in, they know exactly what they're doing.” (The Day)
Turnout has already hit 60% in Griswold, the story says. We're looking at record turnout, I think--better than 2004.
"This Year, Voters Seem 'Purposeful'." New London Day 7 November, 2006.