Long lines, glitches greet early voters | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Long lines, glitches greet early voters

Four of the five computers that check voter registrations crashed Thursday night at the Adamsville Recreation Center in Atlanta, leaving more than a thousand people waiting long after the official closing time of 7 p.m. Hundreds were still in line at 11 p.m. as Atlantans watched them on the city’s late news broadcasts.

“This may be one of many places that this will happen,” said Lisa Borders, president of the Atlanta City Council. “The system is not adequate to accommodate the numbers of people that are going to be voting.”

The only reason for a computer crash is defective coding. Are we to believe that a program for counting votes cannot be comprehensively debugged prior to use? Tallying votes is not rocket science.

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