I drove to the school where my district votes, and there plenty of parking spaces. In the school gym/cafeteria there were three people voting.
There were no Republican poll watchers at my district; I don’t know if it was because there are so very few registered Republicans left in Princeton Township that the Republicans could not find anyone to sit in, or because they might have gone on lunch break.
TigerHawk also voted at the Township, but stopped at Starbucks in the Borough.
Forty-five miles away, however, the story’s a lot different:
GOP Election Board members have been tossed out of polling stations in at least half a dozen polling stations in Philadelphia because of their party status.
As John Hinderaker says, It’s a time-honored tradition in some Philadelphia precincts: commandeer the premises and start running ballots through the machines, voting for Democrats.
And then there are the Black Panthers with billie clubs:
Ed has the Fox News report:
Meanwhile in South Jersey,
The Burlington County, NJ election board says mechanics were dispatched to the Pennypacker Park Elementary School on Pinetree Lane in Willingboro after several machines broke down.
In the interim, emergency paper ballots were handed out to those voters waiting in long lines.
Protein Wisdom posts on voter fraud in other states.
Obi's Sister says
Voting here in Georgia seems to be going smoothly. No unmanageable lines, billy-club wielding thugs, or other kooks. The polls close in an hour. But there is that thing about 100K Georgia voters also registered in other states. I know this is government and all, but being a programmer by trade, just how hard would it be to for state’s to compare lists? I can think of the sql now….