Source: Seattle Post-Intelligencer
The quest to find a place in Seattle where Election Day counts took me south on Rainier Avenue.
I headed through Columbia City to South Brandon Street and hung a left.
There it was on the right, a white clapboard building with a sign in red letters: Maka Mini Market.
Inside, the man behind the counter was putting bread into a plastic bag. He weighed the question.
"How do I feel?" said Abdinasir Ali Nur.
He took a deep breath.
"Today is November 7," the merchant from Somalia sighed, staring into nowhere. "I try to wipe this day out of my mind."