Going into the primary, there was much talk about how the vote would skew old, thus benefitting, for example, mayoral challenger Joe Mallahan, whom old folks love. Early voters in particular tend to be older--the younger set procrastinates until the deadline. Well, the Seattle Times crunched the numbers and, surprise, the early voters were older. The median age of those who voted in King County was 59.4; in Seattle, it was 56.7. (Only 6% of County voters and 8.2% of city voters were under 30.)
Finally, not to beat a dead horse (though Errol Morris says we should), but looking at these numbers, it's clear that the folks already getting up in years are the ones taking Puffy's youth-directed vote-or-die directive seriously.