Similar long line at Martin Luther King this morning. The A-L line was very long and it took me 1 1/2 hours. The M-Z line was much shorter, although the lack of a "greeter" at the door to help new arrivals led to many waiting longer than they needed to in the wrong line.
Here too, the voting machine broke down, leaving me feeling queasy (perhaps unjustifiably) about my vote being counted.
It didn't seem to me that the voter ID was responsible for the delay. Too few supervisors, and antiquated paper lookup procedure, were more the issue.
Pretty much exactly what happened at the Elmwood Community Center, too.
Where is Jim Willis when you need him (hopefully not washed away by Sandy...)?