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Voters unhappy in South Tacoma, too

Post by News Tribune Staff on Nov. 6, 2007 at 2:08 pm with No Comments »
November 6, 2007 2:08 pm

Christa Rider, a voter at Hope Lutheran Church in South Tacoma, is upset about the demise of poll-station voting:


I don’t trust the mail-in votes. It also used to be a meeting thing. We used to vote at Manitou, but now we have to come here. It was a get-together. You see your neighbors.




Harry Schaffert
, another voter, thinks there are problems with all mail-in voting.



If you rely on the mail, then you have to pay for the postage. If they’re mailing it out, then they’re only mailing them to registered voters. What if there’s a mistake on the voting list?


Rita Schaffert had a simpler message:


I think it’s a lazy way out.

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