Has anyone even thought of the directions for the ballot that explained to the voter to be sure and look closely at the back side, to make sure that the chads were punched out, and if not, then do so before turning in the ballots? Not only did they have the directions on how to proceed, they also had the chance to turn them over and double-check the results. Also, there have been many times I have voted a split ticket, because I liked a candidate on the other party. What about these instances? How can they determine voter intent in these cases? Also, why do they refer to the little 85-year-old ladies, who cannot punch out a vote properly and assume they voted Democratic, when the majority of the elderly people voted Republican? Just asking!
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