Happy Election Day
I just went down to Holliston High School and cast my ballot. There were lots of people there, but the lines were flowing easily; I was in and out in five minutes. Holliston (and maybe all of Massachusetts) uses tried and true paper ballots — no Diebold touch-screen madness here. It turns out that the paper ballots make all the lines move much faster. Ben Adida explains.
Anyway, regardless of who wins, I hope that America is a more unified country tomorrow, and we can all get on with fixing what’s gone wrong.