[internetworkers] Voting experiences
ron at fuzzsonic.com
Tue Nov 2 12:01:08 EST 2004
Diana Duncan wrote:
> Well, I just had an excellent voting experience
I can also report a smooth voting experience. Arrived a few minutes
after 8:00AM, finished in about five minutes. There were a good number
of voters there, but no real lines to speak of. Confirmation consisted
of stating my name and address. No ID was required.
Tables and chairs augmented the little voting stands. Probably about
12-15 voters were marking their ballots concurrently. The optical
scanner bleeped and incremented its counter when I fed it the ballot,
although no feedback on my choices was given. A nice lady stickered me
on the way out.
A friend poll-worker reported that it had been much busier an hour
earlier and estimated that 50% of our precinct had submitted ballots at
that point. That's pretty impressive turnout.
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