Voting in waves


Voters didn’t have to wait long to find an available voting machine in the merchant’s building at the Delaware County Fairgrounds. Voters would enter from the back of the building walk down between the machines that lined the east and west walls to check in at a long table of eager poll workers. According to Gary Must, voting location manager “people came in waves.” Must said the fairgrounds polling place had about “560 people come through” to vote by 1:15 p.m. Tuesday. Check www.delgazette.com for election results and see the Thursday print edition of The Gazette for more election coverage.


D. Anthony Botkin | The Gazette

Voters didn’t have to wait long to find an available voting machine in the merchant’s building at the Delaware County Fairgrounds. Voters would enter from the back of the building walk down between the machines that lined the east and west walls to check in at a long table of eager poll workers. According to Gary Must, voting location manager “people came in waves.” Must said the fairgrounds polling place had about “560 people come through” to vote by 1:15 p.m. Tuesday. Check www.delgazette.com for election results and see the Thursday print edition of The Gazette for more election coverage.

Voters didn’t have to wait long to find an available voting machine in the merchant’s building at the Delaware County Fairgrounds. Voters would enter from the back of the building walk down between the machines that lined the east and west walls to check in at a long table of eager poll workers. According to Gary Must, voting location manager “people came in waves.” Must said the fairgrounds polling place had about “560 people come through” to vote by 1:15 p.m. Tuesday. Check www.delgazette.com for election results and see the Thursday print edition of The Gazette for more election coverage.
http://www.delgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2017/11/web1_DSC_9238.jpgVoters didn’t have to wait long to find an available voting machine in the merchant’s building at the Delaware County Fairgrounds. Voters would enter from the back of the building walk down between the machines that lined the east and west walls to check in at a long table of eager poll workers. According to Gary Must, voting location manager “people came in waves.” Must said the fairgrounds polling place had about “560 people come through” to vote by 1:15 p.m. Tuesday. Check www.delgazette.com for election results and see the Thursday print edition of The Gazette for more election coverage. D. Anthony Botkin | The Gazette