Tuesday, May 02, 2006

Opening Day Jitters

There seemed to have been no major voting problems around Columbus, just a little technological confusion.

From The Dispatch:

High-tech voting got off to a slow start this morning in dozens of Franklin County precincts as poll workers struggled to produce start-of-the-day printouts from new touch-screen machines.

About 50 people who showed up to cast ballots at 6:30 a.m. left their polling places without voting, county elections officials said. About 20 percent of precincts -- more than 160 -- opened as late as 7 a.m., they said.

By 10am, all seemed to be running smooth.

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