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An article ("Punched Card System of Inventory Control") in the August 15, 1923, issue explains punch cards. The author describes what the card is and does.
* By counting punch cards at a centralized counting center that is not open to the public--an obvious invitation for something one on the inside to swap boxes of incoming ballot for pre-punched ballots with desired outcomes.
In fact, Illinois had a larger overall percentage of voters using punch cards than did Florida, while Arizonans voted with punch-card technology in nine of fifteen counties.
A local printing company that does our business materials also handles our punch cards, which helps keep costs reasonable.
In addition, polling place problems, voting machine problems with lever, punch card, electronic and optical scan machines, and problems with provisional balloting were reported.
Some parts of Florida are keeping the punch cards, others have the electronic machines.
9, 2003, available at http: //ucdata.Berkeley.edu; click on Punch-Card performance and the October 7, 2003, Recall Election," then on 4, "Post-Election Memorandum on Punch Card Performance."
At the time, I had no idea what she was talking about, though of course everyone now would realize she was talking about the infamous chads of punch card ballots and the way they flew off the punch cards as they were passed through the counting machines.
"OPUS also has a seven-day system that saves residents' money because we can keep a smaller amount of medication on hand, unlike the punch card system."
WHEN A WELL-CONNECTED GOVERNMENT CONTRACTOR UNVEILED THE PUNCH CARD VOTE-O-MATIC AT THE 1963 WORLD'S FAIR, IT WAS A MIRACLE OF TECHNOLOGY!
Carts include storage/workspace and are available with a variety of drawer arrangements to support punch card or prescription box systems.