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  • by tondef (3649) on 2002.11.07 13:19 (#14581)
    Well, I agree you have a right to be frustrated by your voting experience, but its good you actually persevered (that is, if you voted for the right people). You should, however, write a letter to your supervisor.

    That said, you should give a little slack to the Dept. of Elections, who fired their department head last year after a string of tallying inaccuracies, and voting boxes turning up floating in the bay. They have had to deal with her suing the city for firing her without just cause, and managing an election with an interim department head.

    Last year I decided to register for Absentee Voting, which is great. I voted from home 3 weeks ago. The only problem is I can't change my vote if there are any last minute scandals on the campaign trail. :)