«Quelle blague! I went into the booth, where supposedly I was going to read the ballot and choose my candidate for the supreme soviet - "choose" means you have a choice. There was just one name, already marked. I burst out laughing uncontrollably, right there in the booth, just like a child. It took me a long time to compose myself. I leave the booth, and here comes [her husband] Yury, stony-faced. I lifted my collar and ducked down into it so that only my eyes were visible; it was just hilarious.»
--Lyubov Vasilievna Shaporin commenting on the 1937 election in Russia, quoted in Martin Amis's Koba the Dread: Laughter and the Twenty Million by Martin Amis
Yow! Did I forget to ROCK THE VOTE?