This morning, I walked on over and voted.
The new Diebold touch-screen machine was not working yet at my polling place, so I filled in the bubbles on a piece of paper and then fed it in to another Diebold machine, which read the votes.
As the machine sucked in my ballot, one of the election judges commented, "It's working good now. We had a lot of problems with it earlier."
"What kind of problems?" I asked.
"We had a lot of problems with it earlier." That was all the response I got.
Remind me why we are using these machines?