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Re: hum....

We voted at about 9:30 this morning.  No lines, but a pretty good crowd 
New York is supposed to be really backward because it uses really old  
mechanical voting machines.  I can't see the problem.  They work.  There
is no question of hanging chads or misaligned spaces or whatever.  The 
machines may be old-fashioned, but they seem to me to have fewer problems
than modern technological methods.

In a message dated 11/02/2004 5:31:19 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
kmrsy@comcast.net writes:
Daryl, I think it depends on timing. I would guess that the majority of
my precinct works day jobs, so there are lines before and after
traditional work hours. I also avoided the regular lunch time. 1:30 was
a safe bet.

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