|Published:||Oct 31, 2012 5:48 PM EDT|
|Updated:||Oct 31, 2012 5:52 PM EDT|
BONITA SPRINGS, Fla. - "I love entertaining and keeping people safe, I think you can do it all, believe it or not," said Ali Isaacs.
You don't normally expect to be serenaded when standing in line to vote. But these early voters at the precinct on Old 41 in Bonita Springs, get to see quite a show. Security guard Ali Isaacs first job is to make sure voters are safe.
"I also walk the line, every hour, make sure people are safe, 'Are you okay?' Thumbs up. 'Everybody good?' Things like that," said Isaacs.
Her second job, she said, is to put on a show.
"It's pretty hard to quiet her down, she's just constantly going," said Mike Hornack.
"I tend to DJ too, throw a couple songs in there," said Isaacs.
Mike Hornack, the precinct's clerk, said shes receiving rave reviews.
"And they're actually smiling when they come in. We haven't had a complaint since Ali has been here and creating this wonderful time. It's like a block party," said Hornack.
"I thought she was awesome, I was surprised she had on a uniform and not a dress," said voter Kevin Cox.
Isaacs will be at the precinct until early voting is finished. Early voting ends on Saturday at 7 pm.
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