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#1
I voted, number 10 at my polling place. I've always waited until after work before so I don't know if this is unusual but there were at least 50 people in line as I left this morning. They didn't open until 7:05 because they were having a equipment problem, (one of their two folding tables wouldn't stay up) and then once they did a guy who I heard say never voted before jammed one of the two voting machines.
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#2
I was #83 at around 8am here, I think this was double what it was the last few times I've went. Small line of 3 or 4 when I got there. Open carried AND concealed carried like usual. Wore a DTOM shirt and put my sticker on my holster as I walked out.
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#3
The Mrs and I will be going shortly. We have usually found the longest lines very early in the morning and in the last hours of the day. I'm due at work at 4pm.
I'm just trying to figure out how to keep track of the results as we get closer tot he midnight hour and I'm still at work. I move around a lot, building-to-building, and don't have the time to set something up in one place. I guess I'm stuck with NPR on the car radio, or maybe an AM talk show.
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#4
I got in line at 7:09am. Took 50 minutes to get to the registration table. Was voter #128... the line that I was in for 50 minutes was still out the door when I left at 8:05
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Curmudgeon;174905 Wrote:The Mrs and I will be going shortly. We have usually found the longest lines very early in the morning and in the last hours of the day. I'm due at work at 4pm.
I'm just trying to figure out how to keep track of the results as we get closer tot he midnight hour and I'm still at work. I move around a lot, building-to-building, and don't have the time to set something up in one place. I guess I'm stuck with NPR on the car radio, or maybe an AM talk show.

http://www.computerworld.com/article/311...ction.html
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soberbyker;174907 Wrote:
Curmudgeon;174905 Wrote:The Mrs and I will be going shortly. We have usually found the longest lines very early in the morning and in the last hours of the day. I'm due at work at 4pm.
I'm just trying to figure out how to keep track of the results as we get closer tot he midnight hour and I'm still at work. I move around a lot, building-to-building, and don't have the time to set something up in one place. I guess I'm stuck with NPR on the car radio, or maybe an AM talk show.

http://www.computerworld.com/article/311...ction.html


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“Necessity is the plea for every infringement of human freedom. It is the argument of tyrants; it is the creed of slaves.”

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#7
I arrived at the polling place about 7:15. There was already a line. As I slowly moved forward I discovered that two of the four booths were out of order, As I stand there waiting a woman who was voting proclaimed that her vote for trump changed to clinton while she watched. The poll manager went over and reset the system for her to try again. She had the same result. They then put her over to another booth to try there.

Now they are down to one out of four. The manager was talking on the phone to someone who told her to reset the booths using a paperclip. This turned into a who has a paperclip hunt.

by this time I voted and got out of there. I must say that there was more people in line than I had ever seem there.

The workers there said that the changing vote happened to another voter before I had gotten there.
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#8
That's been happeninging all over PA, from what I've been reading.
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#9
I was #671. I did not notice a glitch but I voted for each individual candidate instead of straight party. I also verified each selection before I hit the "vote" button.


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#10
sgtsandman;174912 Wrote:I was #671. I did not notice a glitch but I voted for each individual candidate instead of straight party. I also verified each selection before I hit the "vote" button.

Same here. I heard that avoiding the straight ticket vote was a good way to ward off the "glitch".
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