WASHINGTON -- Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor was able to escape some of the logistical hassles of a District of Columbia voting station on Tuesday morning by skipping the line.
As DCist reports:
Various tipsters reported seeing Justice Sonia Sotomayor being escorted into Precinct 22 at Garnet-Patterson School at 10th and U Streets NW this morning, while the masses were left to stand in line. One line-stander even managed to snap a picture of Sotomayor entering the polling place. (An email to the Supreme Court's press office hasn't yet been returned.)
Sotomayor has been a registered voter in the nation's capital since 2010, but she's not affiliated with any party, according to DCist.