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Low Tech: Washington state's caucuses are nuts

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So we were in a room in the basement of a church. There were more people stuffed in there than should have been. There was no place to sit, lean, or kneel. We stood rigid as we got our instructions on how to caucus, and it turns into a popularity contest. The worst part is Newsweek is calling today “Significant Saturday”, to counter “Super Tuesday”. It was chaotic and analog. Maybe those touchscreen and electronic poll advocates have something.

So that brings the question of digital voting. CrunchGear readers: Will you trust computerized voting machines this year? Or would you rather have paper? The comments are open, what do you think?

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