Several city officials 'furious' with decision to return to traditional polling places
I would gladly pay two or three dollars to have a vote by mail service rather
than having to vote in person.
I'm glad I live in Salt Lake County. When I get my ballot in the mail I
have time to look up all the candidates and issues in categories I haven't
paid as much attention to (like judges and state auditors). I feel I am able to
make a much more informed vote because I can check each candidate's web
page to see where they stand on issues and check out other resources (like the
recommendations from the Utah Judicial Performance Evaluation Commission) before
voting. Of course if one is in a hurry or hasn't had time to really look at
all candidates it is much easier to simply vote "R" and go on your way.
Well, yeah!After all, some of those horrible Democrats might want to
vote by mail. This will help ensure that only the really, really faithful good
repubs will vote.
Standing in line at polling places is so 20th Century. Utah County elections
are going in reverse, while everyone else is going forward. Why am I not