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  •  Florida as well. (3+ / 0-)
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    askew, salmo, highacidity

    BALLOT LENGTH was a huge factor in the lines. The ballots are printed for each voter, and in counties that provide bilingual ballots, you could be looking at printing + scanning times for ten separate sheets PER VOTER. And it means delays are twice as bad in places with high Hispanic populations.

    That's why they're still counting in Miami-Dade.

    The solution has to be to remove partisans from the process. Anything short of that isn't going to cut it. We need to turn elections over to the courts.

    "Speaking for myself only" - Armando

    by JR on Thu Nov 08, 2012 at 07:58:49 AM PST

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    •  Why do you think the courts are non-partisan? (0+ / 0-)

      I am not sure of the partisanship of all judges, but a quick look at our US Supreme Court shows that it is anything but above partisanship.  That is more true than otherwise throughout the system, I suspect.

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