This could come across as a bit arrogant, but it isn't meant to be so. It is something I have wondered about for a very long time and having voted in Saturday's election and knowing the results of the election 15 minutes after the poll closed I decided to write this.
Monday, October 26, 2020
Some things in life I just don't understand. I have voted in every election since 1971. I have only had to wait twice that I can remember: once for 20 minutes and the once for 15. Perhaps I just lived in favorable places or went at favorable times. And we never used fancy million dollar voting machines. We used these primitive devices called a pencil and paper. The results were made known fairly quickly. This is not rocket science. Perhaps something can be learned from this. I've never understood countries where you have to line up for four or eight hours to vote. I am perplexed by that.