I've voted in Texas, California, and Indiana, but something my brother tweeted this morning was new to me: apparently it's a thing that there are bake sales at polling places. I've spent some energy on twitter today trying to figure out where this happens, so I figured I might as well take it here, too. So far, we have reports of polling place bake sales in Massachusetts, Connecticut, Maine, New York City, New Jersey, Minnesota, and Michigan. In each case (I think), it's at public schools; apparently it's a good captive market to exploit. Makes sense, but then again it would make sense in CA and TX, and I didn't see it there.
My polling place in Indiana wasn't a public school, but I've voted at schools in Texas and California, without any delicious baked goods available. Twitter also supplied negatives on Philadelphia, and also one for Minnesota from someone who sounded (justifiably!) bitter.
I've worked polling places (that is, passing out literature, things like that) in a few different places, but they're all long ago and I don't have even good memories of whether they were schools or not, and it's certainly possible I'm forgetting bake sales that were there. Although you would think I would remember baked goods -- they're yummy! Anyway, for whatever it's worth, I don't remember any baked goods in NYC or CT (where others report them), or in AZ or ND (where others don't; granted, don't know that I have a big twitter following in North Dakota).
So, looking for more data. Anyone have stories?