I recently went to vote early on the Jackson Memorial Hospital funding issue. I was the only one there and was instructed to read aloud, a long paragraph that I was a registered voter, had not voted elsewhere and was voting at the correct precinct. This seems like a new process and one to deliberately slow down voting. If this were a general election in November, it certainly would slow down the process.
Why do we have to read it, out loud, to a person? Can’t we just read it to ourselves and sign it?
Tom Comerford, Miami