As promised, we were up bright and early this morning to head to the ballot boxes and left our home at 8:00AM.
We wanted to make sure we were among the earliest to cast our votes and hailed a Grab car to the polling station at St John's Primary School.
We arrived a few short minutes later and found the polling station to be professionally managed without any large crowds. We headed to our polling channels (Cat and I were assigned Channel 4 while Brendan was assigned Channel 5) and waited our turn.
It was all over in a matter of minutes, and we were glad we came early. Brendan's friends were reporting large crowds forming at polling stations all across the country.
We were thankful to all the volunteers for manning the polling station as well as law enforcement officers for keeping the peace.
We then walked down St John's hill and headed to our favourite breakfast spot, Mansion Tea Stall for Roti Canai.
We then walked to the Maybank nearby to replenish our Federal Reserves and headed home. We have done all we can, exercised our constitutional rights and will be closely monitoring the results. We will be glued to the television later in the evening when all polling stations are closed.
We pray for a better tomorrow!