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Voting times and machines

We have touch-screens, too - new last year. I figure they're about as good
as the old punch ballots, assuming one has the brains to vote. Some
people were taking 15 minutes in the booth anyway, like they'd never taken
the time to look at a sample ballot or try a practice machine. :-(


Florida's new touch-screen machines are kind of neat and
> the choices--that is, the way the ballot is laid out--are quite clear.
> When you are done, it shows you how you have voted and gives you the
> opportunity to change your mind before you click the "finished" button.
> Much, much better than in bygone years, assuming, of course, that the
> votes actually went somewhere to be counted.

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