Here, in an online exclusive, is a sample ballot for Lancaster County, as it will appear when you go to vote on Tuesday. I encourage everyone to use the paper ballot, since the electronic machines do not create a paper trail (and are thus vulnerable to accidental or malicious tampering).

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4 thoughts on “Sample Ballot for Lancaster County on November 4, 2008

  1. I call shenanigans! How on earth am I supposed to fit “Chuck Baldwin / Darrell Castle” on that tiny single line? If you’re going to tell people two “insert the names of [Presidential and Vice Presidential] candidates,” you need to give people room to do that. =p

    Oh well. I’ve still got four days to practice my tiny-writing. Is there a problem with bringing your own pen? I’m thinking I’ll need .05mm or smaller to get ‘er done.

  2. BTW, I didn’t mean you personally, Mr. Klotz. I meant the Board of Elections. (Just wanted to make sure I was clear there—I know you didn’t design the ballot!)

    Thank you very much for providing this! I’m gonna post it all over Facebook right now. =)

  3. Thank you, Mr. Seitler. Please, go forth and multiply this information all over the Internet.

    Also, you may be very interested to know that the current Board of Elections is the 3 county commissioners. Only under the home rule charter can we directly elect our own, independent Board of Elections. It will be 2 Dems and 2 Republicans, who will then unanimously choose a 5th person–either a bona fide independent or a member of a third party–to round out the Board.

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