As for the issues, most important to the seniors in this community of more than 7,000 homes, the ones heard most on the bench, they were more mixed than one might expect — everything from foreign policy to domestic jobs to basic honesty.
Social Security and Medicare, typically senior issues, were not top of mind. That may be because neither Clinton nor Trump said they intended to make any changes to the programs. In fact it is difficult to know where either stand on reforming entitlement programs at all.
"If you dig in and do some Google searches and dig into some of the things they've said in the past, there is a lot of material online to get that information, but you absolutely had to do your homework," said Korelitz.
The one Trump supporter in the group was not interested in Social Security.
"Because I already have it," said James Darst. "I think he [Trump] addressed the issues that are important to me."
Over at the Kings Point golf course, the line to tee off was already growing by 8 a.m. on Election Day, as was the line at the polling station around the corner in the clubhouse. While the majority of the residents here voted early, others said they like to wait for the excitement of the actual day.
Judy Herman, vice president of the Ladies Golf Club at Kings Point, voted early. She would rather spend her time standing on the greens than standing in line, but she also seemed put off by the nastiness of the campaign.
"I had to consider the personality and the things that had been on the air about Donald Trump and the things that he had said," explained Herman. "I voted for the lesser of the evils basically. I did not care for Hillary. I think she has a lot of baggage also, but I had to."