Re: Who will win?
If polling places close at 8 pm, is it lawful for those standing in line by then to stay and vote after 8 pm? How could anyone tell who was in line and who wasn't, before or by 8 pm?
Also, does anyone see an issue with a church being a polling place? I do, and I believe in God. Is it legal? Why is it legal, if so, and there is a supposed separation between church and state? Should those votes be discounted and the machines moved to another location where those same voters could recast their selections?
There is one in my area that has voting machines stored there. It or another is also a polling place. Seems odd to me.
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