February 1, 2020

Georgia voting machine
I found the new system for leaving a paper ballot to be interesting and effective. Easy to use.

“Your father, Jo. He never loses patience, never doubts or complains, but always hopes, and works and waits so cheerfully that one is ashamed to do otherwise before him.” ― Louisa May Alcott, “Little Women”

This morning I was given a personal introduction to the new Georgia voting machine system. (sponsored by the League of Women Voters) I was impressed. The system is easy and well thought out.

After following the directions on the screen, a printer offers up a paper version of your voting action. I found it interesting that no one but the voter is allowed to touch the printed copy. The voter will be asked to review the print out three times before she puts it into the collection and counting bin. The print out may corrected before putting it in the bin. If circumstances warrant, a paper and pencil system is available.

So, Don’t complain—vote.

Don’t tell me how to vote. I know what my opinions are—vote

Don’t throw vituperative idiocy about candidate at me—vote.

We’re all in this together, let’s remain friends—Vote.

Help preserve the Living Room—Vote.

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—john schulz

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