Yesterday on October 30th, I voted in person along with a friend, despite the bullshit media saying the voting in person is the most dangerous thing in the world. I went to the Honda Center in Anaheim, no crowds, no lines, no fuss, no hassle; it literally took us 5 minutes to go in, fill out our ballot, and scan it in. The poll workers even gave us a free pen and some nice stickers.
I assume the voting in person will be a bit more crowded and chaotic on election day, but there are literally dozens of voting and polling stations in any of your cities, and there's bound to be one that isn't filled up with people.
The mainstream media has lost all credibility, they don't know what they're talking about, they're wrong about basically everything, and they're actively committing election interference. And after November 3rd 2020, the media will lose the remaining credibility that they didn't even know they had. The polls are wrong, the pundits are wrong, and it's up the American people to decide whether they're going to let a senile man with brain damage and a radical "black" senator lead their country.
Go out and vote in person. Exercise your right to make your voice heard, and make sure to vote informed. Don't just vote for the president, vote for local elections and the propositions. Don't let other people force you into voting for a particular person or entity, vote for whatever you feel is the best for the country, and for your community.
Here are some resources for making informed voting decisions:
Voting is a luxury that we as Americans have in the free world, and no matter our opinions, we still hold that right. Don't impede on another person's right to vote, and don't let other trample on yours. Voting should be fun, and at the end of the day, we're all Americans trying to decide what's the best for the nation.
I expect everyone reading this to have already voted, or will vote in this upcoming election.