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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  1. Ron Pereira says

    You are the man, Mark!

  2. Anonymous says

    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.

  3. Mark Graban says

    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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