Voting in AA

No, no stories of improper voting procedures or anything like that. In fact, Ward 5 used the draw-a-line-put-it-in-the-machine scantronic (fantabulous!) machines. Slick as ever and (virtually) idiot proof, although Idiot R&D is working on that.

No, the cool thing was a conversation I overheard while standing in a very short line at 4pm. A gentlemen was getting his ballot when one of the poll workers mentioed how busy they were (as he was handing the gentlemen ballot 1450-something). The gentlemen asked how many they usually get, and another poll worker stated "Usually about 400 or 500 for the day."

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