Saturday, November 1, 2008


An eight to ten hour line of primarily African-American voters in Atlanta yesterday.

Think this could have something to do with it?

And you thought the battles to enfranchise African-American voters were won in the ‘60’s? Let’s see the hours-long lines in the white suburbs and small towns.

1 comment:

Bill Liddicoet said...

When my wife & I voted at ca. 9:30 AM in suburban Marietta, GA, we waited about 10 min. My son voted around 1:30 and didn't wait at all. Voting here in GA is a county-run affair, and our county, which includes Newt Gingrich's old district, never seems to have any problems. Fulton County, which includes Atlanta proper, seems to always have long lines, but this is but one of a long list of its failings.