A variety of problems with new voting machines in Ohio's first punch-card free election has raised a crucial question: Can the state that decided the last presidential race get it together before November?
"Ohio's quickly getting this reputation as most corrupt and maybe most incompetent," said Chris Link, executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio that fielded dozens of complaints from voters across the state. Tuesday's primary was the first election in which all 88 Ohio counties used either touch-screen electronic machines or ones that electronically scan ballots marked by voters.
I know of no "reputation of corruption," Mr. Link -- just where are you getting your information? Millions of people voted on Tuesday and all you got were "dozens" of complaints?
I am sorry, but Ohio has Democrats too; what can you do?
Two things that Democrats can always be counted on: to screw up and then to complain to the government when they do!