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minoridiot: My polling place is at a church. I thought that was pretty odd considering there is suppose to be some separation, somewhere.
PlatinumDragon: My polling station has been the ground floor of my building for the past few elections at all levels. I've voted in my socks.
BarkingUnicorn: PlatinumDragon: My polling station has been the ground floor of my building for the past few elections at all levels. I've voted in my socks.Did they jam the tabulating machine?
Teresaol31: minoridiot: My polling place is at a church. I thought that was pretty odd considering there is suppose to be some separation, somewhere.Mine too. Pisses me off every time I vote. Moreover, when I first moved to town and followed the "vote here" signs, it sent me to the actual sanctuary, rather than the church gym. I had to ask the church secretary, the only human in the main part of the church, for directions to get to the right building. I imagine that this leads to 1) people becoming frustrated and leaving before they get to vote and 2) being misdirected by the snotty church secretary if they "look like Democrats." I have expressed concern about this to multiple officials and I STILL do not understand why they can't use the local school gym instead. The answer I keep getting is, "this is where we've always voted." Bad answer.
Bippal: Quick question since this is a voting themed thread, went to vote this morning, and noticed the electronic voting machine's password was 1234, asked the lady about it and she said "yea I think they all are in this town". Wtf? Doesn't that sound like a problem that no one cares?
kaedric: Our voting place is "Mike's Video and Appliance" and you vote in front of the washing machines and refrigerators. Kind of weird.Here's a 2010 Link
Rapmaster2000: If I had to vote next to Street Fighter I'd be saying "HADOUKEN" every time I made a selection.
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