Here’s how it went today for voters opting for the touch screen system. Bright, easy-to-read graphics on your screen – what could be nicer?
Here’s what you’re thinking – what about the paper trail, dude? Well, San Francisco’s got you covered as they print it all out – you can check for yourself. No hanging chads and no butterfly ballots in the 415 this year. Is City Attorney Dennis Herrera still working on this issue? Think so.
Welcome to the future!
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