Find Your Proper Voting Location
Election Day in the U.S. is next Tuesday. I've already voted, as you can do in Texas (but you can't vote “often”). I guess I helped “level load” the demand for voting booth space on the 4th, so you're welcome, my fellow Tarrant County resident readers (I guess that's you, Ron?).
I drove to the wrong polling place once when I lived in Austin. What a pain that was. You can avoid the same mistake by using this League of Women Voter's website and their Polling Place finder.
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You are the man, Mark!
Isn’t voting a type of batch processing? Why not have a voting system that has continuous flow – when somebody has less votes than somebody else they are out of office.
Sure, it’s batching, but it’s also one of those situation where “single piece flow” probably isn’t practical. I think our representative republic system is better than “direct democracy” would be.
Do you want to take the time to vote constantly???
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