The polling place at the Collegiate Presbyterian Church, just west of campus, had a pack of voters go through its voting booths by 7:30 a.m. The location uses computers to check in registered voters, a new technology this year. Voters of all ages stand in line waiting to get their ballots from election officials. An election official informs each voter that there are two sides of the ballot. (The judicial retention candidates are on the back.)

As voters feed their ballots into the ballot box, another official offers "I voted" stickers before voters head off on their days.
--Samantha Liametz

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