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Amish Voters Prefer Paper Ballots

A spokesman for Ohio's Trumbull County Board of Elections said that most voters preferred using touch-screen voting machines to paper ballots, with one exception: Amish voters. Poll workers in Farmington Township, where a large percentage of Amish residents vote, reported that Amish voters chose to use paper ballots in fairly...

By Chris Matthews | November 4, 2008; 10:33 PM ET | Comments (0)

Florida Voters Endure Long Lines

Florida Democrats complained to the Orange County Supervisor of Elections Office today about 3 1/2 hour long lines to vote at the University of Central Florida arena. The O.C. elections supervisor sent four additional staff members to the arena which dramatically shortened the lines. Despite the long wait, voters remained...

By Chris Matthews | November 4, 2008; 07:48 PM ET | Comments (0)

Iowa College Students' Ballots Questioned

Leaders of the Poweshiek County Republican Party in Iowa want the ballots of 50 Grinnell College students tossed because the students listed the college's main mailing address on their absentee ballots instead of their campus mailboxes. The county auditor said Grinnell students have listed the general campus address in the...

By Chris Matthews | November 4, 2008; 05:40 PM ET | Comments (0)


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