At a little past 8 a.m. on Aug. 24, Marco Rubio pulled up to his local polling site in West Miami, Fla. in a black pickup with a “Marco 2010″ bumper sticker proudly emblazoned in the back window.
“I’m a generation removed from a very different life,” Rubio told reporters. “I don’t think there’s any other country in the world where I would have a chance to do something like this — even the voting part of it. … It’s a special day.”
Rubio walked into the polling site hand-in-hand with his wife, and quipped, “You guys aren’t peeking, are you?” before stepping up to the voting booth and flashing a boyish grin towards the cameras.