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What could go wrong? New Jersey will allow people to vote via email tomorrow.
New Jersey election officials say they will allow registered voters to vote electronically and will also accept paper ballots through Monday, November 19th, as long as they are postmarked by election day, November 5.
"To help alleviate pressure on polling places, we encourage voters to either use electronic voting or the extended hours at county offices to cast their vote," said Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno.
The electronic voting process is used by overseas residents and service members, but this is the first time New Jersey has allowed voters in the state to vote this way.
Essex County Clerk Chris Durkin told NBC 4 New York the program is being run on an honor system, relying on voters to only use the system if they truly can't get to his or her polling place.
Here's my prediction. Fifteen minutes before the polls close tomorrow there will be a sudden surge in email ballots arriving at Durkin's office. Every single one of those ballots will be marked with straight-line Democrat votes. And the average age of the "honor system" voters will be 82 years old.
And then there's this:
Since officials couldn't figure out a way to confirm a voters name and print the completed ballot without an election worker looking the voters' choices while handling the ballots, voters will have to check off a waiver of privacy.
Goodbye secret ballot!
It's Bill Maher's wet dream.
"If you're thinking about voting for Mitt Romney, I would like to make this one plea: black people know who you are and they will come after you."
Vote by email and the state's gonna give 'em a map to your house.
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