We fill out paper ballots with a marker, completing an arrow. Then they go into the machine. If there is a problem with the ballot, it will spit it back out, if not, it gets accepted into the box. Mine was accepted as vote #200 for the day (and the polls were only open an hour at that point). I had NO line and walked right in. Of course, the village I live in is just over 6000 people, so there are not too many of us to vote!
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forgot to add it was very quiet and smooth sailing at my polling place.
Thanks, I just wanted to come back and add on to my post because this just really warms my heart and makes me feel better about life in general.
Aww feel better and your dd sounds like a sweetie.