Aug 22, 2006

Thurston County voters, pay attention

Since the appeals court found that the top-two primary is still unconstitutional, we're stuck with the one-party ballots for the next who-knows-how-long. Add other changes, and you have a potential recipe for confusion and frustration. The Olympian gives a succinct list:
Major changes: Entirely vote-by-mail. Pick a party. Punch cards are out, replaced by paper ballots.
The voter's guide arrives later this week. Ah, the sweet smell of impending democracy.

4 comments:

Mark said...

impending democracy my ass - democracy is dead.


or alive - if voting for judges is your thing.

Jim said...

I used to be pessimistic, too, but then I switched from aspartame to Splenda.

Mark said...

what's a good replacement for crank?

Jim said...

For that, you'll have to ask a med student. My knowledge of the pharmaceutical cosmos extends through only the legitimate planets.