Lawmakers Aim to Solve 2012 Voting Problems

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Lawmakers in Richmond are trying to fix the problems that led to hours of waiting and long lines at the polls this past November.
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huck

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But Republican Senator Jill Vogel says many of the registrars in her district lack sufficient resources to keep the polls open later.

"And they all actually share the same view," Vogel said, "that we want to make access easier, that we want not to have long lines on Election Day. But there are practical constraints."

We squandered all the money to keep the polls open another hour, by mailing out useless voter ID cards.
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Went to one poll to vote, no problem, went to another to help a senior and was amazed at how complex the procedure was. To many different styles of booths. Nuts. Aside from that we should be hollering for a change to vote on Saturdays.

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