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In some Florida counties that replaced punch card systems prior to 2002, intensive training of poll workers made the difference between success and disaster.
Computer punch cards have, in large part, gone the way of the eight-track tape, but Allan Co.
The above samples were examined by means of dynamic mechanical analysis (DMA) using a Rheometrics three-point bending fixture adjusted so that the amplitude of deformation approximated that caused by a stylus in a punch card voting machine.
Many new merchants in the Silicon Valley and Seattle area are already offering Pirq's digital punch card feature including Metamorphosis Salon in San Jose, Aurora's Massage Therapy in Santa Clara, Rock Star Tan Bar in Bothell, Extreme Pita in Kent and Bothell, and Dairy Queen in Edmonds.
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Among Oregon's 36 counties, only Lane, Washington and Clackamas still haven't made the conversion from punch cards to optical scanning systems.
Our punch card counties did just as well as our mark-sense counties.
The hero of Musil's novel is a mathematician and philosopher, and the punch card embodies the idea of systematized and condensed meaning, technology rendered poignant through obsolescence.
This was well-known, as evidenced by the DNC's pre-election hiring of Telequest, a Texas telemarketing company, to call 74,000 voters on election day to raise concerns about punch card ballots.
The projecting end is randomly studded with tiny square openings, like a computer punch card.
They must then visit every exhibitor listed on the punch card for the chance to win the trip to the 2010 ESPY Awards.
27 /PRNewswire/ -- Punch card voting systems result in the disproportionate invalidation of minority votes.