There was a line, but the whole thing only took me 25 minutes (after I found a parking spot). If the voting place had more volunteers, it would have gone even faster, as there were plenty of empty voting 'booths'.
We use a touch screen system here in Texas, and it was quite well-done, I think. There was a lady sitting at the exit door, asking people what the flashing red light at the end of the process meant. I guess that's their way of checking to make sure people actually submitted their vote. (The flashing red light says 'VOTE', and you're supposed to press it after you've reviewed your choices and are ready to submit them.) I just bypassed that lady and walked on. I guess it's a good thing she's there to check, because people may actually miss that BIG FLASHING RED LIGHT with the word VOTE on it. I suppose the older generations may find the whole touch screen/computerized process quite foreign, so I'm sure it was helpful to some, though I didn't see anyone gasp and run back to their voting booth.
Have you voted yet?